The aim of the MiGreenDeal project is to raise the climate change awareness of young migrants through transformative learning. Using the energy emanated by the European Green Deal and aligned with the other main sustainability support documents, such as the New European Bauhaus, MIGreenDEAL will implement innovative practices and digital solutions in Adult Education to prepare young adult migrants and adult educators, community leaders and mediators to become true agents of change in environmental sustainability and fight against climate change by applying Transformative Learning methods to develop green skills.
As work is progressing on the MiGreenDeal project, it takes place in a context where July 2023 was hotter than any other month in the global temperature record
In this context it is more important than ever that solutions and planning around the climate crisis are put in place and clearly and functionally established and communicated in order to deal with the emerging issues arising.
It is notable that these necessary steps, however, can be recognised and considered in the context of opportunities as opposed to undesirable or uneeded actions. It is in this context that the Green Deal Industrial Plan has been launched, which has put in place more than $270 billion, focused on simplifying regulation to help get proposed green projects running quicker, speeding up access to investment and funding, developing programs to train skilled workers in specific industries, and enhancing trade agreements in order to secure raw earth materials needed for the net-zero transition.
MiGreenDeal is aiming to align with the ethos of the Green Deal Industrial Plan to support this movement towards a more aware and effective implementation of practices towards a new Green EU
For an interesting overview on the Green Deal Industrial plan, please see https://grist.org/economics/eu-green-deal-270-billion/
For more on the MiGreenDeal project, please see the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100091384757766