Green Ethics Training for Career Development

Project team from partner institutions

The GET-Green Consortium: Environmental, Business and Educational Innovation Go Hand in Hand.

Seven partner institutions work to develop the GET-Green system in six languages: English, Bulgarian, Turkish, German, Slovak, Italian, to support the educational system and labour market at European and national level (in the five GET-Green countries – 4 EU members plus one associated country): Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Slovakia and Turkey.

Rainer Paslack - Project coordinator SOKO Institute

The SOKO Institute GmbH was founded in 1991 and performs mostly empirical primary research on behalf of government departments, universities and other institutions. It conducts quantitative and qualitative investigations by all the rules of social research. Priorities are the labour market and social policy, education policy and the sector of renewable energies.

Jürgen Simon International Academy of Life Sciences

International Academy of Life Sciences (IALS) was founded in 1979. Its associates are the BMEP (Biomedical Sciences Exchange Program) and the GBM (Association for Innovation and Technology Transfer Biomedicine). The three bodies establish an international communication network in life sciences to promote leadership and decision-making. IALS builds a bridge between natural sciences and the humanities (ethics and legal regulation), with an additional focus on education and training (esp. for advanced students and young scientists) and critical issues such as environmental sciences and management.

Anna Kujumdzieva Research and Development Center Biointech

Research and Development Center Biointech Ltd. was founded in accordance with the EU goal to increase the role of R&D in introducing new knowledge into education and technological innovations. Biointech promotes research and development in the area of consumer and environment-friendly technologies, information and communication technologies by bringing together experts from Bulgarian and European universities, research organizations, industry and decision policy makers.

Gamze Yücel Isildar Gazi University

Gazi University was established as Gazi Teacher Training Institute in the 1920s. Currently, it has 25 faculties, 21 colleges, 18 research centers, 5 institutes, 10 vocational schools, with 50,000 students and over 3,000 academic staff. The staff is highly experienced in vocational training both in technical studies and health science. Gazi University is the promoter of the parent project Env-Ethics.

Altan Dizdar Erbil Project Consulting Engineering

ERBIL Project Consulting Engineering Co. Ltd. is a leading provider of engineering, consulting and project design services in Turkey. ERBIL provides a comprehensive quality service in the field of: environmental planning and program management, solid waste management and pollution prevention, water resources projects, water supply, water and sewage treatment plants and distribution network, sewerage systems, storm water projects, transportation projects, mechanical and geotechnical engineering and soil investigations. ERBIL is experienced in lifelong learning programmes supported by the EU and has been a partner and contractor of many vocational and educational training projects funded by the EU.

Michal Vanco National Forest Centre

National Forest Centre(NFC) is a public organisation established by the Ministry of Agriculture of Slovakia. It has four institutes – Institute for Forest Consulting and Education, Forest Research Institute, Institute of Forest Resources and Information, Forest Management Institute. The Institute for Forest Consulting and Education Zvolen (NFC-IFCE Zvolen) is the GET-Green partner that secures continuous education and training for forestry professionals on national level by offering traditional and blended learning courses for forestry and related sectors.

Matteo Mascia Lanza Foundation

Fondazione Lanza is a research centre in ethics, currently developing three research projects: Ethics and Environmental Policies; Ethics, Theology and Philosophy; Ethics and Medicine. It has broad experience in initiatives on environmental issues in Italy, USA, Slovakia, and Ukraine that promote specific in-depth studies and original contributions to a new culture for environment-focused and sustainable development for European integration. Fondazione Lanza's recent research activities focus on lifestyle, human rights, and sustainability and intense educational and awareness activity carried out in collaboration with the University of Padua and the University of Venice.

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