Supporting youth for a more sustainable future

The project Weekends for future aims to organise capacity-building workshops in the High Fens. These weekends will help 20 Belgian youth between 18 and 30 years old lead environmental projects, by inviting them to workshops and lectures about climate change, biodiversity, project management, communication, etc. The participants will also have the opportunity to work together on a concrete project.

The initial weekends were planned for 2020-2021, but the project had to be postponed due to the coronavirus health crisis, after a series of alternative online activities. We are relaunching the project this winter 2022, face-to-face with a new group of participants!

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Alternative online activities in 2021

Jacques Orban presenting “Energy consumption in the world. Importance and impact of fossil fuels”
16Feb

Jacques Orban presenting “Energy consumption in the world. Importance and impact of fossil fuels”

On Tuesday 23rd February, we hosted Mr. Jacques Orban, a former engineer at Schlumberger (a world-leading oilfield services provider). We benefited from his expertise on the field of energy consumption and the impact of fossil fuels on the planet. The online presentation was followed by a Q & A session. ! Video starts at 4’19” …

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Weekend 0: sketchnoting by Irene
08Feb

Weekend 0: sketchnoting by Irene

Irene sent us some great sketchnoting she created about our “Weekend 0” online ! You will find below the Movie night, as well as the lectures by Ignace Schops and Sebastien Doutreloup. Thank you Irene!