On 23rd June 2021, the Environment Centre at Charles University in cooperation with the Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS) organised a Multiplier event workshop of the TEFSI project „Innovative teaching for sustainable food systems: How to prepare a university course with modern educational methods?“.
The workshop was held at the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources at CULS and was aimed at lecturers interested in food systems and new teaching approaches. Main outcomes of the TEFSI project were presented at the workshop and participants had a chance to try out some of the teaching methods in practice. We also focused at sharing of experience with innovative teaching among the participants via moderated discussion as well as informally during coffee breaks and lunch.
For more information on project TEFSI and its outcomes please visit: www.tefsi.eu
The Spring School event on “Environmental Economics and Consumer Choices” was organized in Novém Šaldorfě as part of the project H2020 GEMCLIME and PRIMUS REGEC. The event, which took place on May 29-31, 2020, was attended by twenty students, junior and senior research fellows, who came to present and discuss their research.
The Environment Centre at Charles University in Prague was pleased to host a 3-day international workshop showcasing a range of innovative teaching methods with the aim to enrich the portfolio of course activities in the area of sustainable food systems. The workshop was held on 19th - 21st February 2020 under the guidance of lecturers from several European universities from Denmark, Germany, France and Italy as part of the project TEFSI funded by the Erasmus+ Programme.
The INHERIT Five-Country Survey Report examines the attitudes, preferences and behaviours of inhabitants from the Czech Republic, Latvia, Portugal, Spain, and the UK related to food consumption, physical activity and energy efficient housing. It is based on nationally representative questionnaires conducted in 2018 that had a total of 10,288 respondents. The survey examines the effects that incentive structures and the provision of information have on the willingness of individuals to change their lifestyles to be healthier and more sustainable. For key findings, see the full report
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