The UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development was held from 17 to 19 May 2021. At the end of the three-day event, over 80 ministers and vice ministers and 2,800 education, training and environment stakeholders committed to taking
The Circular Economy Research Center (CERC), leveraging on its research capacity acknowledged the strong gap between the skills required for the transition to the circular economy and the current available skills, embarked on an educational journey to enhance the collective
Circular Economy Alliance and the Circular Economy Research Center aim at paving the way towards a sustainable future with the vision to be at the epicenter of credible, research-driven circular economy knowledge development. In this pathway an array of stakeholder
Tsemberi Fashion Project unites young Cypriot designers around a shared vision; to create sustainable and zero-waste designs inspired by Cypriot culture. The plan is to transfer the exhibition around the world to promote the culture and young designers of Cyprus.