Participating students (in co-operation with their teacher) have a preliminary assignment. For the summit we would like to ask the students to express their own perception and understanding and gather information about:
CLIMATE CHANGE AND YOU
- Have they personally experienced in their everyday life and environment something special that might refer to climate change?- What kind of climate change effects (temperature, drought, heavy rain etc) various sources of information, such as newspapers, TV, radio have recently reported from students’ home countries? What are the policy measures and practical actions which have been taken for climate change mitigation and adaption at the national and school level?
MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION AND THE ROLE OF TREES AND FORESTS
- What kind of ways there are to reduce CO2 emission and to increase carbon dioxide sequestration?- forest (area in hectares and percentages, area of forest afforestation, reforestation, loss; main tree species, main use of wood, planting methods (instruments), harvest methods (manual, tools, machinery) etc )- problems of sustainable forest management (illegal logging, forest fires, lack of seedlings, desertification etc.)- agroforestry, non-wood products and services from forest, berries, mushrooms. honey, fruits, relaxation, eco-tourism etc.
1) Gather information and summarize it (max two pages). Use graphics. Posters are also welcome. You will have an opportunity to finalize your report during the conference in Finland. It is not necessary to try to answer every issue presented above. Try to concentrate on the most important and relevant aspects from your countries point of view. Countries are different.
2) Make a summary as a short 2-3 minute video. The video should be recorded in the forest or nature if possible.Videos are welcome to be sent in advance, preferably as soon as possible. Videos should preferably be uploaded to YouTube, using the option to have people with the link able to see it (not a public or a private video). Send a YouTube link to email@example.com. If you encounter problems using YouTube, send us a link to the video in another platform, the video as a file or if that fails, send us an email and we will figure it out together.
NOTE ALSO: During the event, ENO Schoolnet will perform research on learning and co-creation in an international network. By accepting the visa invitation, you consent to participating in the research. In case the participant is under 18 in age, you as their legal guardian consent to their participation in the research.
BASIS FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATAThe basis for processing personal data is for planning and execution of the summit. The data will be used and processed for communication between the organiser and the participants and for visa invitations.
PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED Full namePassport number (for visa invitation)Gender (for accommodation purposes)Date of birth (for visa invitation)Address (city, region, country)EmailShirt fit and sizeFood allergies and dietary restrictionsMedical conditions and allergiesPhysical disabilitiesEmergency contact information
REGULAR DATA SOURCESThe data stored in the filing system are received through online forms and given by the subject themselves.
DATA DISCLOSURE AND TRANSFERThe data are not transferred outside the association unless necessary for safety reasons. The data will not be transferred outside of EU or EEA.
DATA FILING SYSTEM PROTECTIONCare is exercised in the processing of the data filing system. The data are only stored in electronic form in secure third-party online servers that comply with EU’s data protection legislation.The data controller ensures that only those people within the organisation who need to do so based on their duties have access to the data.
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECTEveryone included in the filing system has the right to inspect the data on themselves in the filing system as well as to request the rectification of possible inaccurate data or the supplementation of incomplete data. In case a person wishes to inspect the data on themselves or request their rectification, the request must be made in writing and sent to the data controller. If necessary, the data controller may request the person making the request to prove their identity. The data controller shall respond to the data subject within the timeframe stipulated in the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (generally within one month).
Right of inspection The data subject has the right to inspect the data stored and can request any incorrect information to be corrected. The inspection request has to be made in writing to the data controller.
Rectification of dataData subjects have the right to demand the rectification (correction) of inaccurate personal data concerning them and to have incomplete personal data completed.
Other rights of the data subject The data subject has the right to have the controller erase all data concerning him or her without undue delay. The data subject also has the rights to restrict the processing of personal data as described in the EU General Data Protection Act.