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Digital Info Package

Cooler World - Comenius Project
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DIP is a learning source for teachers & students Social sustainability Economic Sustainability Environmental Sustainability DIP has been created, developed and updated
during the whole project Definition Links Videos Pictures Presentations Definition Links Videos Pictures Presentations Definition Links Videos Pictures Presentations Definition Links Videos Pictures Presentations Project in
Mass Media Sustainable Development MIP - Mini Info Package Theoretical Base for Education Professional Fields Eco-PC-Game Sections Car industry
Business and economics
Small commerce
E-Business
Administration
Food production and processing
Catering
Agriculture
Forestry
Marketing
Tourism
Cooking
Information technology
Mechanical engineering
Nature and environment Random Events Environmental Social/Political social demographic effects
unemployment
homeless
cultural issues towards gender
harassment
religious differences and sudden changes
discrimination
elections won by unfavourable party
revolution
war
changing politics
government priorities
restrictions with imports/exports
problems with education
terrorism
crime rate earthquake
flood
storm
tornado
tsunami
fire
pollution
volcano
global diseases taxing
problems running public services
stock crisis
strike
short supply of natural resources
inflation/deflation
high price level IIS (Grottaglie,Italy)
tourism
LPRN (Martinique)
health
LAO (Lapland, Finland)
nature & environment
OSAO (Oulu, Finland)
catering
nature
(game programming)
ISISS (Crispiano, Italy)
food processing
cooking
tourism
SOS (Nové Mesto nad Váhom, Slovakia)
mechanical engineering
BKRMWV (Mönchengladbach, Germany)
production industry
BLKWV (Cologne, Germany)
business and administration (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Television Newspapers
&Magazines ECONOMICAL
pillar ENVIRONMENTAL
pillar SOCIAL
pillar COOLER WORLD
Comenius Project 2010 - 2012 ...by all the project partner countries and schools ...to teach & learn about sustainability & sustainable development ...coordinated by the
Slovak partner What is substainable Development ? Social Enviroment Economic Another representation of sustainability showing how both economy and society are constrained by environmental limits. Sustainable development “Sustainable development is development, which should hold to the present and future generations the possibility to discharge their basic living needs and at the same time it doesn’t reduce the variety of nature and preserves the natural functions of ecosystem.“
(Government of the Slovak republic) Sustainable development
Sustainable development is maintaining a delicate balance between the human need to improve lifestyles and feeling of well-being on one hand, and preserving natural resources and ecosystems, on which we and future generations depend. What is substainable development ? Social Enviroment Economic Definitions of sustainability often refer to the "three pillars" of social, environmental and economic sustainability Sustainability Sustainable development Sustainable development "Sustainable development is about raising our quality of life by establishing symbiotic relations within and between our diverse human cultures and between those cultures and the biosphere.“ (Shiela Convery, 2004)

"When we tug at a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world." (John Muir) Sustainable development
To preserve the economic viability of the planet must be the first law of economics. To preserve the health of the planet must be the first commitment of the medical profession. To preserve the natural world as the primary revelation of the divine must be the basic concern of religion. To think that the human can benefit by a deleterious exploitation of any phase of the structure or functioning of the Earth is an absurdity. The well-being of the earth is primary. Human well-being is derivative.” (The Universe Story, Brian Swimme and Thomas Berry, p 243). Sustainable development The Earth Charter speaks of “a sustainable global society founded on respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.”
Sustainable development is a process which enables all people to realize their potential and improve their quality of life in ways which protect and enhance the Earth's life-support systems.
(Jonathan Porritt, Forum for the Future) Sustainable development Sustainability is a way of working and living that balances immediate needs for commerce, living, habitation, food, transportation, energy and entertainment with future needs for these resources and systems as well as the liveliness and support of nature, natural resources and future generations. (Presidio Graduate School) Sustainability Sustainability and organizations In addition, many organizations use the following criteria to assess sustainable products, services, and other activities:

Social Criteria:

Socially desirable
Culturally acceptable
Psychologically nurturing

Financial Criteria:

Economically sustainable
Technologically feasible
Operationally viable

Environmental Criteria:

Environmentally Robust
Generationally Sensitive
Capable of continuous learning The word sustainability is derived from the Latin sustinere (tenere, to hold; sus, up). Dictionaries provide more than ten meanings for sustain, the main ones being to “maintain", "support", or "endure”.

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs“. (Brundtland Commission of the United Nations) There are many ways to measure or define sustainability. These should include the sustainable development and use of, at least, the following four types of capital:

Financial Capital
Manufacturing Capital
Natural Capital
Human Capital http://www.tur.vlada.gov.sk
http://www.sustainablelivingdirectory.com/sustainability-quotes.php
http://www.sustainabilitydictionary.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainable_development
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5NiTN0chj0 Sources preserves our cultural and biological heritage, thus strengthening our sense of connectedness to our history and environment;
promotes conviviality, with people living together harmoniously and in mutual support of each other;
is democratic, promoting citizen participation and involvement, and
is livable, linking "the form of the city's public places and city dwellers' social, emotional and physical well-being" (Lennard and Lennard, 1987) Social sustainability is one aspect of sustainable development
Social sustainability encompasses human rights, labour rights and corporate governance
Also we can speak of Sustainable Human Development that can be seen as development that promotes the capabilities of present people without compromising capabilities of future generations Population Growth -the growth of population has decreased in recent years, it is estimated that the overall population will climb to 8 billion people in 2050
Urban/ Rural Development - The population in big cities is rapidly increasing. In the next 15 years the population of many cities in Asia and Africa will nearly double. Urban growth is related to increasing poverty and growing pollution. Social resources include ideas as broad as other cultures and basic human rights.
In the human development paradigm, environment and natural resources should constitute a means of achieving better standards of living just as income represents a means of increasing social expenditure and, in the end, well-being. meets basic needs for food, shelter, education, work, income and safe living and working conditions;
is equitable, ensuring that the benefits of development are distributed fairly across society;
enhances, or at least does not impair, the physical, mental and social well-being of the population;
promotes education, creativity and the development of human potential for the whole population; Social community A community cannot exist without its citizens. http://newcity.ca/Pages/social_sustainability.html Economic Sustainability by Filip Havrlent Economic Sustainability The idea of economic sustainability is to promote usage of those resources that is both efficient and responsible, and likely to provide long-term benefits. Economic Sustainability
Business is making a profit, but that the operation is not creating environmental concerns that could cause harm to the balance of the local ecology. Economic Sustainability There are potential obstacles that may be found in different companies
Resistance to change can often lead to a less than efficient use of available resources Sources http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-economic-sustainability.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainable_development
http://www.cap-lmu.de/fgz/portals/sustainability/economy/production.php Economic Sustainability The developed world:
Population is increasing slightly
Consumption levels are unsustainable
We should manage consumption of the western world
Developing world:
We should raise the standard of living without increasing its resource use and environmental impact Economic Sustainability With economic sustainability, the goal is to establish profitability over the long-term. A profitable business is much more likely to remain stable and continue to operate from one year to the next. Economic Sustainability What we need to do is make the transition, over a suitable period of time, from an economy fixated to growth to what Paul Hawken, economist, calls a "developing" economy: "A growing economy is getting bigger; a developing economy is getting better." The issues of economic sustainability Eco-Efficiency - is a management philosophy, it encourages businesses to become more competitive, more innovative and more environmentally responsible
Trade and Environment - are neither mutually exclusive nor in conflict with one another. Not only can trade help optimize the efficiency with which resources are used, it can also provide higher levels of wealth to support environmental activities.
Production and consumption patterns - many of today’s consumption and production patterns lead into an unsustainable direction , (energy consumption ) Catastrophic Examples Idyllic Ecological sustainability The traditional view of our environment is that the natural resources of the planet are valuable only if they are useful to humans.

The consequence of this philosophy is a degraded ecosystem and diminishing biodiversity. Ecological sustainability Ecological sustainability is understood as human interaction with the environment that permits essential ecological states to be maintained. Ecological sustainability
The idea of ecological sustainability does not strictly involve a mention of human interaction. However, we are especially concerned with the case where the possible disturbance comes from human activities. Ecological sustainability We should treat our environment the way it deserves to be treated.

We must recognize that resources are finite and will run out at present rates of consumption.

Focus must be made on reduction of greenhouse gas emission and new opportunities must be developed using new green technology.

Planning must be done at an “as early as possible” basis for a transition from hydrocarbon and fossil fuels.

Economic activity must be geared toward energy and material efficiency.

Governments must transform their operations according to an ecological framework that has an ecological accounting system. Sources http://www.green-innovations.asn.au/ecolsust.htm
http://carrieanddanielle.com/principles-of-ecological-sustainability/
http://www.racerocks.ca/metchosinmarine/sustainability/sustainability.htm Ecological sustainability Gas and oil supplies

Renewable energy sources

Climate change

Biodiversity

Water supplies

Land and waste management

Agriculture, food production and biotechnology

Ecotourism http://www.uu.nl/faculty/humanities/EN/centreforthehumanities/themes/social-sustainability/Pages/default.aspx http://www.ecs-group.com/cs/m12863-e12601-social-sustainability.html Cooler World
project work Berufskolleg Rheydt-Mülfort
für Wirtschaft und Verwaltung creating webpages with HTML and CSS creating web graphics Logo design: keywords environment
economy
sustainability Tamara Nowak Andrea Printzen Robert Swaczyna Dominique Will Mira Biermanski Max Ferfer Tobias Jans Phillip Kottmeier Tamara Nowak Hendrik Schotten Hendrik Schotten Regional press:
http://trencin.sme.sk/c/5605569/pomocou-pocitacovej-hry-chcu-zachranit-planetu.html The website of the school:
http://www.spsnmnv.sk/index.php?page=novinky&id=106&str=1 Local television „Pohoda“ for Nove Mesto nad Vahom:
http://www.tvpohoda.sk/archiv_6.html?showItem=141 (6-9 minute) The town monthly: "Novomestsky spravodajca" (No 11-2010, page 9):
http://www.nove-mesto.sk/resources/File/nms_11_10.pdf STV (Slovak Television) 25-10-2010 (3:16 – 4:34):
http://www.stv.sk/online/archiv/slovensko-dnes?id=34861&scroll=37 The project in MASS MEDIA Regional press:
http://trencin.sme.sk/c/5605569/pomocou-pocitacovej-hry-chcu-zachranit-planetu.html

The website of The Self-Governing Region of Trenčín:
http://www.tsk.sk/sk/trenciansky-samospravny-kraj/aktuality/medzinarodny-projekt-novomestskej-priemyslovky.html

The website of the school:
http://www.spsnmnv.sk/index.php?page=novinky&id=106&str=1

Local television „Pohoda“ for Nove Mesto nad Vahom:
http://www.tvpohoda.sk/archiv_6.html?showItem=141 (6-9 minute)

The town monthly: "Novomestsky spravodajca" (No 11-2010, page 9):
http://www.nove-mesto.sk/resources/File/nms_11_10.pdf

STV (Slovak Television) 25-10-2010 (3:16 – 4:34):
http://www.stv.sk/online/archiv/slovensko-dnes?id=34861&scroll=37 The website of The Self-Governing Region of Trenčín:
http://www.tsk.sk/sk/trenciansky-samospravny-kraj/aktuality/medzinarodny-projekt-novomestskej-priemyslovky.html by Jakub Káčer by Jozef Bezák http://new-twinspace.etwinning.net/web/p21548 http://coolerworld.wikispaces.com/ http://cooler-world.eu/ http://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/index.htm Economical/Financial http://www.berufskolleg.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=344&Itemid=125 Mechanical Engineering Subjects Stredná odborná škola, Bzinská 11,
Nové Mesto nad Váhom, SLOVAKIA The aim of this subject is to give pupils the knowledge, skills and competencies of machinery components, machine parts, mechanisms and technical standardization Mechanical Engineering I/III Pupils acquire knowledge about functions, the principle of operation and use, they acquire the basic technical thinking and technical calculations of fasteners and machine parts Mechanical Engineering II/III The aim of this subject is the right choice in a technological process for different ways of processing materials, in the use of technical documentation, STN and relevant laws and operating conditions Technology I/III In the curriculum of this subject we also deal with the sorting of waste from the production, its processing and subsequent use, disposal and cleaning of oils and the use of wasteful technologies Technology III/III The main objective of the course is to build a functional program for simple engineering component, which can be used for CNC machine regulation Programming of CNC machines III/IV In this subject students acquire knowledge, skills and competencies of the possibilities of using CAD programs regarding the construction drawings and create patterns using the knowledge gained in technical drawing Computing I/II The goal is to teach students different ways of measuring and control of components and to acquaint them with the tools needed for measuring and to teach them correctly how to read the measured values correctly and their evaluation Control and measurement For example:
to enforce human principles of relations between people and ecological principles in relation with the environment
to know use of chemicals in industry, agriculture and everyday life and their impact on human health and the environment
to know and observe the principles of first aid, to prevent accidents and provide first aid in an accident, to apply the knowledge of protection the environment in sport and staying in nature New educational programs II/II The aim of this school subject is to give pupils the knowledge, skills and competencies of drawing and reading technical drawings used in the manufacturing process Technical drawing I/II Students acquire knowledge of displaying, listing, prescribing the accuracy of dimensions, geometric shapes, mutual position and quality of machined surfaces and they also acquire practical skills in doing and reading technical drawings, the practical use of drawings and its creation through computer aided CAD Technical drawing II/II in this subject students acquire knowledge, skills and competencies of different kinds of technical materials, their properties, heat treatment, the choice and use in engineering practice Materials science I/III Students acquire knowledge of current directions of metal and nonmetal materials, their physical, chemical, mechanical and technological properties, they learn to choose materials for production of a specific component according to their functions and design of heat treatment of materials for getting intended properties Materials science II/III They will understand the correct use of STN (Slovak technical norms), tables, technical literature and technical terminology
They also deal with recycling and saving of materials Materials science III/III They will be able to identify, recognize and describe machine parts and mechanisms used in mechanical engineering
Students will understand the proper use of the STN, tables, technical literature and technical terminology Mechanical Engineering III/III With the correct choice of the technological process, the method of clamping the work-piece and the tool students are able to guarantee the safe operation of the machinery or the plant Technology II/III In this subject students acquire knowledge of relevant machining technology, use and knowledge of PC application program for creating the control program of CNC machines Programming of CNC machines I/IV Students must know the parameters of the machine, which will form the program, characteristics of the instruments, the way of clamping and clamping of work-pieces Programming of CNC machines II/IV The output is to produce parts for teaching CNC machines according to the program created by students using the software Programming of CNC machines IV/IV They will acquire practical skills in creating engineering drawings and solid models and will be able create a separate drawing documentation and models for managing programs through computer-aided CAD Computing II/II Currently, we are creating new educational programs that incorporate sustainable development into general competencies of graduates New educational programs I/II When many young people in many small places do many small deeds they can change the face of the world. Stredná odborná škola
Nové Mesto nad Váhom Teaching workshops for manual processing Collection container for used machine oil Drawings and the finished product Use of renewable energy
- solar collectors for heating water in school and dormitory Separation of waste in our school Today In the past We joined recycle game Here we put discarded electrical and electronic equipment Documentation in CAD program,
production on CNC machines Thematic plan - environmental protection Hotel and Restaurant services
ideas for the game The game has some levels situated in the Masseria “Quis ut Deus”.
The company is a Hotel with Restaurant and a Beauty Center
In the farm there is a
production of some
typical Apulian products
(olive oil and conserves
and so on). … ideas for the game 2° level

Kitchen 3° level
Beauty center 1° level
Free area … ideas for the game The first level is located in a free area
…next you can enter in the building where there are other levels…
…into the kitchen you must cook with local products “0 km”
the game goes on into the beauty center that use solar energy Costumers requests/demands:
Light
Safety
Solid
Long life
The best ratio between price and quality Bicycle
Spare parts Bi(O)cycle Manufacturing
Selling
Repairing
Recycling/renewing old bicycles
Manufacturing and selling spare parts Manufacturing quality bicycles with minimum impact on environment
Employing as much people as possible
Using recycled and recyclable materials
Low producting cost Metal
Plastic
Tyres/rubber
Glass
Oil
Substances for modification surface Thanks
Danke
Kiitos
Grazie
Ďakujeme Biodiversity Slovakia – Photo-Gallery Part I Eco-agriculture Slovakia – Photo-Gallery Part II Websites Interviews
&Events Local Authorities&Community (students's family members)/The Self-Governing Regions/Nation-wide&EU Institutions vocational education working life other organizations collecting&applying ideas Meeting representatives
of the regional employers Dec 16,
2010 dissemination of the project outcomes at schools/in the classrom Creating Sustainable Development MindMap by the Slovak students - Dec 2, 2010 European/World-wide Local/Regional School/Class Comenius Cooler World Renewable energy resources Slovakia – Photo-Gallery Part V Finland Industry pollution is around us… Slovakia Industry pollution is around us… Italy Germany A better way for the health of the environment… Germany Italy Finland Slovakia Cooler World  History of L’Energia delle piante The company uses plants to transform them in medicinal of any kind.
Recently, the firm expanded and diversified its production of essential vegetable extracts in order to offer them for sale to manufactures of pharmaceutical and dietetic products.
The aim of the company is to become a top market supplier capable of providing a qualified global solution.  Company’s employees Workers, for being taken on, need of a specific level of education. The main part of workers that work in the company have to recognize much kinds of plants, for this they must be prepared, at least must have an university degree. History of
L’Energia delle Piante snc “L’Energia delle Piante” has operated in the researches, development and production of plant-based pharmaceuticals and dermocosmetics for seven years. The firm is situated in the lovely hilly countryside of southern-central Puglia. The firm is very big, indeed, 60000 sq. meters is dedicated exclusively to the natural cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants. Plants’s working process “L’Energia delle Piante” has patented an extraction method for the medicinal plants. This exclusive process intensifies the therapeutic effectiveness of an active ingredient utilized in dermatology and cosmetology. Numerous aims proven clinical tests demonstrate a superior effectiveness and high tolerability to this product when used in healing skin lesions. Carried out by Rosi
Annicchiarico Antonio
Quaranta Company’s employees Photo gallery Jakub Kacer
Senni Kiviniemi
Pierangelo Argese
Francesco Dragone
Tamara Schiefer
Lena Mertens Thank you for your attention …some beautifull photos of nature… …some negative aspects of unsustainable development... Monitoring and Evaluation Envirofilm Slovakia – Photo-Gallery Part III Comenius & eTwinning partner schools

www.lao.fi/ Finland - Rovaniemi - Lapland Vocational College

www.osao.fi/index.php Finland - Oulu - Oulu Vocational College

www.iisgrottaglie.it/ Italy - Grottaglie - Istituto istruzione superiore Don Milani-Pertini Grottaglie

www.isisscrispiano.it/ Italy - Crispano - Istituto di Istruzione superiore Crispiano

www.berufskolleg.biz/ Germany - Mönchengladbach - Berufskolleg Rheydt-Mülfort

www.bkal.de/ Germany - Köln - Berufskolleg an der Lindenstrasse

etabs.ac-martinique.fr/rneris/lpmarin.htm France - Martinique - Le Marin - Lycée Professionnel Raymond NERIS

www.spsnmnv.sk Slovakia - Nové Mesto nad Váhom - Stredná odborná škola, Bzinská 11, Nové Mesto nad Váhom MAPS Central America Martinique Marin Marin PATRIMONY Carnival Traditional dresses Traditional house PATRIMONY Schoelcher library Saint Louis Church Sacré Cœur Church Céron House FLOWERS AND FRUITS OFFICE AUTOMATION AND ACCOUNTS In Office automation the pupils learn how to control the written communication and use the current office automation tools. They must know how to analyse, process and disseminate data
In accounts the pupils learn how ensure the collection, control and working of information. They carry out the behaviour of accountancies, establish the pay and the declarations social and tax. They must know to analyse, process and disseminate data DRESSMAKING The holder of this diploma will be able to work in the clothes industry, haute couture, craft industry, and will carry out diversified products, renewed according to the evolution of the mode. BOAT REPAIR They will have to ensure the maintenance of pleasure boats Our school General course building HAIRDRESSING The holder of this diploma, can use the standard techniques allowing to cap men, women and children. He carries out the shampoo, the haircut, the capping, exclusion of shaving. HISTORY In 1664 the Blaks’Trade was institued for the sugar cane culture.
In 1848 : Slavery’s Abolition
In 1946 : Martinique became a french Department MARTINIQUE DIAMANT Beach MARTINIQUE Mountain Pelée MARTINIQUE Cap Ferré Beach MARTINIQUE Waterfall LYCEE PROFESSIONNEL RAYMOND NERIS MARTINIQUE (FRANCE) ELECTRICITY They ensure the startup, maintenance of equipment or electric installation. FEEDING They occupy a post of pastry cook in a system of restoration, a company or a manufacturing unit of desserts. CAR REPAIR They will have to ensure the maintenance of car STEELWORKS They carry out constructed boilers works and metal structures and are brought to exert work of welding oxycutting tracing, by-passing, metal works achievements, work of the tubes. PATRIMONY LOCATION Located in full heart of the Archipelago of the Caribbean, Martinique is a member of the group of the small Antilles or "islands to wind". Its coasts are bathed in the East by the Atlantic Ocean and in the West by the Caribbean Sea. It is with approximately 7000Km of France (approximately 8 hours of plane) and with 440Km of the American continent. HISTORY The first inhabitants were the Arawaks (from 180 years). They were originating from the north of South America.
10th century : the Caraïbes Indian exerminated the Arawaks and lived in Martinique until 17th century.
In 1502, a European, Christophe COLOMB was pean to dig the ground. At the beginning, the europeans lived in a friendly understanding with the Caraibes indians. But in 1658 the European massacrated and chased the Caraïbes MARTINIQUE Mangrove Our school The entrance Our school The dining hall MARTINIQUE MARIN OUR FORMATIONS by Erik Pollák
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