Erasmus+ Project: GIEL
Insider Access is a partner in the innovative Green in everyday life (GIEL) Erasmus+ funded project, which is raising awareness of Green Living issues in the UK to help unemployed and offenders with fuel poverty issues and access to the labour market.
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An innovative Erasmus+ funded project
Raising awareness of sustainability issues and to engage non traditional learners into understanding their impact on the environment
and how to reduce their ecological foot print whilst developing employability.
Green in everyday life
The aims of the GIEL project (Green in Everyday Life) are to raise awareness of sustainability issues and to engage non traditional learners into understanding their impact on the environment and how to reduce their ecological foot print.
The project builds on work previously undertaken in Spain where a series of environmental audits were developed alongside a cycle of workshops for families.
The GIEL project in England has been delivered by Insider Access in communities across the Thames Valley, East of England, in HMP The Mount Prison, Milton Keynes Probation and with Penrose Roots in Luton.
In addition to training around saving water and energy, sustainable mobility and responsible consumption, participants will be receive an eco savings kit, containing tools for reduction of their eco footprint.
Rising household bills, together with fuel poverty are key issues in England, and the GIEL project looks to pilot innovative approaches that can be mainstreamed by other organisations across the UK.
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The Green in everyday life project has been EU financed by Erasmus+