Eco Valley Research Seminar at University of Pécs
This year our Eco-logic Clubs will start with the contribution of partner universities and colleges. The topic of the first meeting will be the following: “Sustainability is feasible.” The know-how of feasible sustainability will be available on the website later… We invite everyone interested to a discussion beginning with a short presentation.
Krishna Valley: Excellent in Sustainability
Only a couple of months passed since the ratification of cooperation agreement between the Eco Valley Program and University of Pécs. The signatory to the agreement, the Department of European Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the University has already announced the “Eco Valley Research Seminar”.
Teachers’ Conference on Environmental Education
Description and evaluation of Hungarian eco-villages is compiled in a thesis at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest). Beáta Hári, student of ELTE Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences chose a very interesting and relevant topic for her thesis.
Our Foundation Became a Participant in the Hungarian – Indian Intergovernmental Cooperation
Among the programs of the 15th anniversary of Krishna Valley’s establishment, on 31st October, 2008 we organized a teachers’ conference to emphasise the importance of education about enviro-consciousness. The conference hosted nearly 60 guests, teachers from our region.
Poster of Eco Valley Program on Scientific Conference
Among several research institutes and many universities, The Eco Valley Foundation is a Hungarian cooperative partner as well in the Hungarian-Indian Intergovernmental Cooperation. India and Hungary prepared a work schedule for 2009 and 2010 and they signed an agreement on ministerial level on 15 October, 2008.
Preserving Physical and Mental Health
The poster of Eco Valley Program was presented on the 5th Hungarian Conference of Conservation Biology (6-9. November 2008. Nyíregyháza, Hungary)
The environmentally conscious mindset of the Eco Valley Programme’s three basic pillars is the creation of sustainability for the unity of individual, society and environment. An important element of this is the maintenance of physical and mental health.
The eco-village can be viewed as a model experiment, where all age groups are represented. People with various skills, qualifications and abilities work together each and every day for their community, sharing their tasks and also spending their free time together.
Use of Renewable Energy Resources
At the planning stages of the botanical garden (11 ha, more than 600 species), besides the afforestation of streets and planting larger green areas with trees and shrubs, we try to take into consideration cheap levitra professional the needs of the village along with the effects of a changing climate.
One of the main goals of the Eco Valley Programme is the use of renewable energy resources.