SPEM project aims to raise awareness about the impacts of plastics on nature and to teach children about alternatives to single-use plastics. The individuals have a responsibility to change how they live on a day to day basis to reduce the further onset of dangerous climate change. If all play their part together, then many small changes will multiply into a large contribution.
The second module of SPEM training course focuses on examples on how to promote behavioral change in children and in the society on environmental issues. It is practical module with many group discussion.

The module is composed by 4 units:
1) Rethinking the relation nature/ society. Ethics of care and Eco-feminism
2) The environmental problem of plastics
3) The Social Practice Model
4) Introducing an ethical environmental behavior in inclusive school settings

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