This is an amazing opportunity for teachers and staff that has applied for the mobility Erasmus+ grant:
All we want after pandemic is enjoying outdoors and trying to be back to travelling as much as we used to do. Taking these two premises into account, we have created these courses.
We have just finished another edition. Sasa from Croatia spent an unforgetable week visiting on the spot the following institutions in Tenerife:
The Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies (ITER) was established in 1990 with the aim of supporting sustainable development and innovation on the island.
Today, ITER stands as an international centre of reference for research into renewable energies, engineering, telecommunications and the environment.
SEAFUEL is part of INTERREG Atlantic Area, a European funding programme that promote transnational cooperation among 36 Atlantic regions of five European countries.
SEAFUEL aims to demonstrate the feasibility to power local transportation networks using fuels produced by renewable energies and seawater, with no net carbon footprint as promoted by the resource-efficient flagship initiative COM(2010)2020
We will be visiting the H2 Refueling Station, a Sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation.
Bodegas Monje, with its views of El Teide, sits proudly in the rolling countryside of La Hollera, overlooking the municipality of El Sauzal in the north of Tenerife. Since 1750, the Monje family have been producing wine and now, the fifth generation are at the helm. Oak barrels and modern maceration systems coexist creating the special character and flavour of the Monje red, white and rosé wines, making them an essential accompaniment to Canarian cuisine. The winery also hosts cultural, gastronomic and leisure activities uniting cultural trends with its rich heritage.
There we will be visiting the winery and will have the opportunity to meet its owner, Felipe Monje, which will be pleased to explain their project and how they are commited with the environment and care of the cultural heritage of Tenerife.
The Ethnographic Park of ‘Pirámides de Güímar’ joins a growing group of entities that are committing to support the mobilization of the cultural heritage sector for climate action and thus promote healthy lifestyles in harmony with nature.
Moreover, it has recently become part of the Climate Heritage Network (CHN). Here we find an exhibition about the plastic damage on the environment and its footprint on the daily life.
There we get a whole knowledge of how this 5 Star hotel are committed to working in good practices around sustainability and we will know their technology implementations and innovations.
Moreover, in 2019 Hard Rock Tenerife has received the Earthcheck silver certificate, for its involvement in sustainable techniques. https://earthcheck.org/
The charter for sustainability is a label that demonstrates our commitment to nature as regards the visitors, the administrations and the local population.
The aim is to ensure tourists have the ultimate experience while companies strive for a balance between experience and conservation.