The EIEC, within the updated academic year, offers a renewed program to students interested in agricultural issues. The aim of lectures, training, and information tours is to raise awareness through interesting practical activities and group work.
The EIEC gives interested students the opportunity to attend lectures and training for free:
. Biodiversity around us
· Water and energy around us.
· Radiation: its use and possible dangers
· Environmental Democracy
· Waste management
· Renewable energy sources
· Energy efficiency and alternative fuels
· History of the Earth: From the Protoplanet to the Blue Planet
· Sustainable Development Goals
· Climate change
· Climate change and technology,
. Forests and climate change
· The role of forests in achieving sustainable development goals
· Bees and their role on the planet
. Food labeling: What should we pay attention to before buying a product?
· From the field to the table
· Disasters caused by climate change
· Agricultural professions
· Profession: agricultural consultant
· Ambient air quality
· Environment and health
· Education for sustainable development
Young people are given the opportunity to learn about the activities of the agencies included in the system of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia and to take part in the laboratory research processes of various samples.
Information tours can be planned for the following issues:
. Laboratory research on soils and different samples
· Radiation safety and the process of measuring background radiation with radiation dosimeters
Observation of meteorological, hydrometeorological, and geological processes; familiarisation with electronic maps
· Processes for laboratory studies of water and air samples
Visiting the wine museum
· Tbilisi National Park: biodiversity and management issues
· National Wildlife Agency
· Business yard trial demonstration based on annual cultures
. Experimental demonstration base of perennial crops in Jighaura of the Scientific and Research Center of Agriculture.
Planning meetings and requesting additional information should be directed to Anna Manjavidze, the chief specialist of the Environmental Information Service (phone: 555233536; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).