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School project for application of resources and energy

Russia's largest educational project for schoolchildren and teachers on climate change, clean energy and the environment, on simple measures of energy conservation, energy efficiency and saving of resources

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Gazprom School’s staff has been taking part in the activities of the SPARE educational program on climate change and energy for 2 years. In the 2019-2020 academic year, the team of the TEC "Erudite" (Bishkek, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan) joined the work. We use SPARE's materials and recommendations at our work.

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Research and activities of Skolkovo Gimnasium ecological council on energy efficiency, resource conservation, alternative energy sources, and separate waste are based on the materials of the international SPARE program. In 2019-2020, our project was awarded a diploma in the Russian competition of SPARE projects in the category "School Climate plan".

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The project by Darya Kozlovskaya "Newspaper “Raindrops" was recognized as the best in the class. She sent it to the regional competition and then to the all-Russian one. This project of the 9-year-old girl about   a real daily saving of resources and energy in a large family became the winner of the Russian competition SPARE - 2019. She took the first place in the nomination "Informing of Society"!

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On November 6, Peterhof (St. Petersburg) hosted a meeting of SPARE-Russian regional coordinators at the All-Russian conference “Climate, Energy and Resources - Solutions for the Future” The coordinators shared the successes and challenges of the project in their regions and discussed the development plan for the School project on Application of Resource and Energy in the coming years.

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Ural activists decided to take up waste management; an environmental festival was held; an essay competition was announced and "clean games" were held.

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 Climate agitation train “traveled” through the “stations” of the Summer Creative Workshop Center “Logos” of the North Urals Department of the Russian School Movement. "The Climate is changing - than concern you": the students understood the climate change problem and decided how to reduce the carbon footprint.

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On June 21, the Climate Secretariat of the RSEU held a webinar for members of the RSEU - coordinators of SPARE (School project on application of resources and energy) on the development of climate plans at the local level. Coordinators of SPARE from St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region, Arkhangelsk, Kaliningrad, Ural Federal District, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Ugra, Nizhny Novgorod, Bryansk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok took part in the webinar.

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Adults and children attending kindergartens in the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation began to participate in the SPARE program since 2014. During this time, the SPARE program coordinators of our region developed business games on energy saving exclusively for children. The games were adapted from a book called “The thermal power plant from nothing” by V. Shinkarenko, the author of methodical recommendations for the creation of warm houses for pets.

SPARE activists in the Central District of Russia, members of the RSEU, collected a collection of the best films created by our students-participants of SPARE competitions in 2010 - 2017. The announcement of the auto-film tour was sent to small settlements in Bryansk, Moscow, Kaluga, Yaroslavl, Oryol regions by e-mail in the end of August. Ecological settlements, local schools and kindergartens, clubs, libraries and simply farm families invited us to talk about the SPARE program with the help of short video films. In September 2017, we held a three-week film tour in those settlements that haven’t become members of the SPARE program yet.

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