Green School Project to launch in Armenia

Green School Project to launch in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Green School Project will launch in Armenia on November 30.

The project, supported by the Coca-Cola Foundation and implemented by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC), will last 6 months.

Green School Project aims is to create a network of functional schools, which will adopt the rules of “green living” and will raise the role of environmental education in Armenia.

Green School Network will expand to six more schools from different provinces of Armenia.

The schools have been chosen based on current environmental problems and the provinces Coca Cola has made investments in.

FPWC, in partnership with “Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia” LTD, will further organize an Eco-Expo in the framework of its “FPWC for the Yerevan Zoo” project.

The event will enable the students of Yerevan Zoo Eco-club, secondary schools and educational institutions to exhibit their hand-made works, FPWC press service reported.

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