First time in Georgia was introduced environmental education in kindergartens by NGO ‘EcoVision,’ under the project ‘Clean Up Georgia.’ ‘EcoVision’ created educational module and resources for kindergartens and arranged trainings for tutors, directors and Methodists about environmental issues.

4-08-2015

2013-up to now: Data Gap Analysis for AG Consulting Project Adaptive sustainable management of forests in Borjomi. (Financed by Österreichische Bundesforste (ÖBf))

3-08-2015

2013-up to now: Clean Air for Georgia (Financed by: East West Management Institute and USAID).

3-08-2015

2012-up to now: Monthly children's environmental newspaper ‘POPCorn.’ (Co-financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

3-08-2015

2012-up to now: Weekly children’s environmental TV program ‘EcoVision.’ (Financed by: Norges Naturvernforbund/Friends of the Earth Norway, GIZ and SIDA).

3-08-2015

2010-up to now: Project ‘Clean Up Georgia – Raising of Public Awareness and Involvement in Solid Waste Management Improvement.’ (Financed by SIDA).

3-08-2015

2008-up to now: Clean Energy projects in Georgia. (Financed by: Norges Naturvernforbund/Friends of the Earth Norway).

3-08-2015

2002-up to now: Energy projects in the regions of Georgia: introduction of energy efficient equipment, trainings and pilot projects. (Financed by: Norges Naturvernforbund/Friends of the Earth Norway).

3-08-2015

From June 21 to July 12 2015, in Kolkheti and Borjomi-Kharagauli Protected Areas were arranged summer eco camps ‘EcoVision, organized by NGO ‘EcoVision’ and supported by NGO ‘Citizen.’ Up to 250 school students took part in camps – the winners of: EcoVision TV Show quiz, ‘SPARE’ project competition, NGO ‘Citizen’ Civil Olympics and the Ministry of Culture contest.

30-07-2015

From June 21 to July 12 2015, in Kolkheti and  Borjomi-Kharagauli Protected Areas were arranged summer eco camps ‘EcoVision, organized by NGO ‘EcoVision’ and supported by NGO ‘Citizen.’ Up to 250 school students took part in camps – the winners of: EcoVision TV Show quiz, ‘SPARE’ project competition, NGO ‘Citizen’ Civil Olympics and the Ministry of Culture contest.

30-07-2015

On July 5-10, 2014, in Ureki, NGO ‘EcoVision’ organized an eco camp for school children, under the international project SPARE (School Project for Application of Resources and Energy). 20 students from various public schools, which are involved in SPARE network, participated in the eco camp. The representatives of NGO ‘EcoVision’ arranged trainings for school children about different environmental topics.

29-07-2015

On June 5, 2015, in the framework of the project ‘Clean Up Georgia – Raising of Public Awareness and Involvement in Solid Waste Management Improvement’ (Phase II), ‘Volunteer of Georgia,’ with the support of NGO ‘EcoVision’ arranged clean up actions in the municipalities of Lagodekhi and Tetritskaro.

28-07-2015

On June 3, 2015, in the framework of the project ‘Clean Up Georgia – Raising of Public Awareness and Involvement in Solid Waste Management Improvement’ (Phase II), at Alexander Javakhishvili Georgian Geographical Society office, was arranged the meeting with Dmanisi municipality different public schools students by ECOVISION – The Union for Sustainable Development. Topic: Sustainable waste management.

28-07-2015

On June 2, 2015, Tbilisi #130 public school eco club held an open lesson on environmental topics. NGO ‘EcoVision’ representatives also attended the event.

27-07-2015

On June 2013, in Ureki, NGO ‘EcoVision’ organized an eco camp for school children, under the international project SPARE (School Project for Application of Resources and Energy). 30 students from various public schools, which are involved in SPARE network, participated in the eco camp.

27-07-2015

On May 27, 28 and 29, 2015, in the framework of the project ‘Clean Up Georgia – Raising of Public Awareness and Involvement in Solid Waste Management Improvement’ (Phase II), at the request of Tbilisi City Hall, was arranged the meetings with caregivers, directors and methodologists of Tbilisi kindergartens, by ECOVISION – The Union for Sustainable Development.

25-07-2015