Climate change and environment education centre (Living Lab) in Dropie
Global change - local vulnerability
Anyone who knows the story of the bustard will understand that the story is about the vulnerability of a species that has failed to adapt to changes in its environment. Bustard has therefore become a symbol of local species vulnerability in Slovakia. It is a flagship species, which is supposed to remind us – humans of the importance of adaptation as well as the importance of protecting habitats and biotopes of important and protected species, and also to change the current unsustainable development of civilization into a development of a type that is closer to the course and functioning of natural processes.
Based on this concept, the Climate Education Programs were born, which focus on adaptation and mitigation actions. On this page we add records of all the programs and activities implemented by this program.
Through the financial resources from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism the area is expected to be gradually developed into a living model laboratory for climate change.
Our project partners are the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research and the City of Trondheim.
The project activities are defined in Work package 1, Work package 2 and Work package 3 as external measures, internal measures and soft measures, of which a full overview can be found in on menu About project or on the SAŽP website.
Our Climate change and environment education centre (Living Lab) in Dropie project received a financial contributions 1 200 000€ from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through EEA Grants. The aim of the project is to create a demonstration ecocentre at Dropie with implemented adaptation and mitigation measures, which will serve the general public.
To find out more about programmes and projects funded by the EEA Grants in Slovakia, you are welcome to visit site www.eeagrants.sk.
Environmental sensitivity of the inhabitants of Lower Rye Island in terms of climate change and local adaptation measures
23. 01. 2023
What kind of adaptation and mitigation measures are common in the Lower Rye Island region in terms of climate change?
Workshop: Creating rain garden as a climate adaptation measure
06. 10. 2022
The construction of a rain garden in SEV Dropie took place on 30th of September till 1st of October as a practical workshop for youth belongs to outputs measures of the project Climate change and environment education centre (Living Lab) in Dropie.
Local vulnerability, biodiversity and agriculture on Lower Ray Island
20. 06. 2022
On 4th of June we have prepared an extraordinary program for the international group from organization Roots & Shoots on the topic of Local Vulnerability, Biodiversity and Agriculture in Dolní Žitný Ostrov.
EECenter Dropie becomes a LIVING LAB
30. 06. 2021
Environmental Education Center Dropie becomes a living laboratory for climate change thanks to the support from Norway grants.
10. 07. 2019
At the CEE Dropie we are preparing a collaborative project with our Norwegian partners, the Bjerknes Climate Research Centre and the City of Trondheim, which will be developed under the name Climate Change Living Lab in CEE Dropie.
SEV SAŽP Dropie
Kolárovská 55, 946 14 Zemianska Olča
tel: +421 35 7896055