As the Erasmus+ project CLICHA: Climate Change in Agriculture is reaching an end, Net Media Lab participated in the Final Congress of the project, which took place in hybrid mode on 6 and 7 October 2021 in Tunisia (online and physical presence).
Marios Pappas, research associate NMLab presented the interactive e-learning platform and its functions which where created by the Lab.
The wider objective of the project has been to create qualified scientists who will contribute to the development of environmentally friendly and sustainable agriculture and will be readily absorbed by the labour market. These scientists could become the transformation factor for the whole society towards a more sustainable way of farming, production, consuming and living.
The agenda of the Final Congress is available here.