Key Takeaways from the GreenSCENT Consortium Meeting in Copenhagen

Key Takeaways from the GreenSCENT Consortium Meeting in Copenhagen

(TransMedia Catalonia team – 16th of April 2024)


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On April 11-12, 2024, Copenhagen played host to a significant event—the GreenSCENT Consortium meeting, where a dynamic group of professionals convened to drive forward a vital initiative. The meeting brought together experts from various fields including technology, education, sociology, psychology, and geography, all united under the GreenSCENT consortium. This diverse team is passionately dedicated to developing educational tools designed to foster empathy and pro-environmental actions towards our planet.

The two-day meeting was filled with insightful discussions and interactive workshops. Here are some of the key themes and developments discussed:

  1. Advancing Citizen Science and Co-Creation: A major topic was the enhancement of youth engagement and community involvement in environmental conservation. The consortium discussed innovative strategies to motivate community participation and shared recent advancements in policy recommendations that support citizen science.
  2. Enhancing Digital Tools and Accessibility: Significant progress was made on the GreenSCENT mobile app and multimedia content platform, with improvements aimed at making these tools more user-friendly and accessible. This ensures that a wider audience can benefit from these resources, promoting inclusive education.
  3. Educational Content and Certification: The development of GreenSCENT Skills Cards and a certification program for climate and sustainable literacy was a focal point. These initiatives are designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to make a positive impact on environmental change.
  4. Maximizing Impact Through Outreach: The second day of the meeting focused on strategies for the sustainable growth of the project and effective ways to assess its impact. Discussions centered on expanding the reach of the project and deepening its impact through structured peer learning and dissemination activities.

The outcomes of the Copenhagen meeting have set a clear path forward, emphasizing the integration of advanced educational methodologies with a strong focus on accessibility. This approach ensures that everyone, regardless of their abilities, gains access to essential environmental knowledge.

The GreenSCENT initiative is more than just a project; it’s a movement towards inclusive environmental education that empowers each individual to contribute to the preservation of our planet. Stay tuned, as we will soon be sharing all our innovative tools with you.


Last but not least, thank you so much, Danish Board of Technology, for hosting us in Copenhagen!

Key Takeaways from the GreenSCENT Consortium Meeting in Copenhagen
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