Olympus, one of the largest dairy producers in Romania, and the Nature Talks association, launch the environmental education project “Jobs of the future – nature seeks your help”, through which 1,500 students from Bucharest will learn through play the importance of addressing responsible behavior and the effects of recycling on the environment.
The project is taking place, for the first time, in 12 schools in Bucharest, in the form of interactive environmental workshops, in which students will learn why it is important to collect several types of waste separately, what are the rules to follow when preparing packaging for recycling, what impact does landfill waste have on the environment and on health.
“Environmental protection and ecosystem sustainability have always been priorities for Olympus. Our philosophy and values are based on respect for nature, the environment and people. Thus, through all our actions, we try to transmit these values, to be actively involved in the community and to directly support responsible recycling and lifestyle. The partnership with the Nature Talks association is a natural continuation of the awareness-raising and educational actions that we began last year, through the experimental podcast About the future with a glass of milk, which puts the emphasis on respect for the planet, the prospect of a better future . good and the confidence that together we will take important steps in the field of responsible behavior “, said Mădălina Toma, Marketing Director of Olympus Foods Romania.
“We are happy to resume environmental workshops in schools, this time with Olympus Romania. We think it’s a great idea to introduce kids to more jobs in the future, and for them to be inspired by our characters’ stories and to protect the environment. We are convinced that students will be delighted with everything we have prepared for them and that they will make decisions in favor of the environment. We count on them and encourage them to become an example for friends, parents and grandparentss,”said Teodora Iacob, president of Nature Talks.
In these projects, students will learn new and interesting things using models that illustrate areas of water, forest, and green spaces, just to make the environmental workshop interactive and for them to easily remember. ‘information. As part of the project, Olympus and the Nature Talks association will present three characters who will teach students how to protect nature:
• Forest Police – protects the forest from pollution and randomly thrown PET;
• Doctor of Waters – rescues marine life that has been swallowed or trapped in plastic debris;
• Animal Advocate – speaks on behalf of non-speakers and persuades people to collect waste separately.