The “Tilos Project” study : Students of the Erasmus team of 2nd Junior High School of Amaliada studied and present “Tilos Project” , “the advantage of the renewable energy sources and the use of battery storage in the energy production sector” Download file https://www.tiloshorizon.eu/about-us.html https://www.tiloshorizon.eu/project-overview/overview.html
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The “Tilos Project” study : the advantage of the renewable energy sources and the use of battery storage in the energy production sector
DR WALTER RIVA INTERVIEW
DR WALTER RIVA INTERVIEW Director of the Astronomical Observatory in Righi, Genoa Erasmus Programme European Schools Go Green INTERVIEW TO DR WALTER RIVA Director of the Astronomical Observatory in Righi, Genoa QUESTIONS ASKED BY THE STUDENTS OF GALILEO GALILEI TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL AFTER A WORKSHOP ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM DOCTOR WALTER RIVA – BIOGRAPHY Walter […]
Eratosthenes Experiment and results from the three partner schools
Eratosthenes eTwinning Event on March 20th 2019 ! Follow the event link!
Join our Eratosthenes eTwinning Event on March 20th 2019 ! Follow the event link! https://live.etwinning.net/events/event/75739
Eratosthenes Experiment preparations! Sun energy , Physics , Math and… Art !!!
The infamous Eratosthenes experiment, was conducted more than 2200 years ago, by the synonymous Greek mathematician and geographer, using only a stick, a measuring tape, feet and brains! It is highly educational and can be implemented rather easily nowadays, and also adapted to our Erasmu+ project ccoperation and become a common project , combining fun […]
- PUZZLE ! Erasmus+ , first transnational meeting, Kassel October 2017!
- Our Erasmus+ Work Calendar
- Our First Renewable Energy Quiz! How much do you know?
- Weebly Greek mini blog
- 2nd Junior High School of Amaliada – Galileo Galilei Technical High School of Genova : Work Progress September 2017 – January 2019
- ” European Schools Go Green” Erasmus+ Project 2019 printable Calendar
- our published e-magazines link on ISSUU
- Our European Schools Go Green site on wordpress!
- DISSEMINATION AND PROMOTION OF OUR PROJECT !!! 2017-2020
2nd Junior High School of Amaliada students interviewed Environmental Engineering ,Smart Material scientist and expert Mrs Despoina Kossyvaki
15 July 2020
Interview of Proffessor Emannouella Doussis , on Climate Change, Environmental International Law etc
1 July 2020
Interview of Mrs Haroula Kromyadou , Responsible for Environmental Education Projects of Arcturos NGO – 2nd Junior High School of Amaliada
20 June 2020
Information on the European Union’s renewable energy policies- sustainable goals – EU countries profiles examples and comparisons George Papachristodoulou
5 June 2020
- "Climate Change" Newspaper – articles collection for our climate study research!
- "The Renewable energy Daily" Articles daily collection about Renewable Energy for our Erasmus + "European Schools Go Green" Project study and research
- 2nd Junior High School of Amaliada , Greece
- All Renewable Types of Energy World Map by National Geographic
- Biomass Biowaste Energy World Map by National Geographic
- European Schools Go Green Highlights Site on Wordpress
- European Schools Go Green Youtube channel !!!
- Geothermal Energy World Map by National Geographic
- Goethe Gymnasium , Kassel , Germany
- Greek Ministry of Enviroment and Energy – usefull links
- Greek newspaper article about our trip to Genova and the presents offered to Mayor of Amaliada by Galileo Galilei and Genova Mayor
- Greek press article about the week in Amaliada , April 2018
- Hydroelectric Energy World Map by National Geogrpahic
- Istituto Scolastico Einaudi Casaregis Galilei , Genova , Italy
- Newspaper "The Ecology Daily" – Articles daily collection for our Erasmus Project study
- Our Project on Etwinning!
- Our weebly highlights mini greek blog!
- SHOW YOUR STRIPES – GLOBAL WARMING – CLIMATE CHANGE – visual representations of the change in temperature over the past 100+ years
- Solar, Tidal, and Wave Energy World Map by National Geographic
- Wind Energy World Map by National Geographic!