Iohannis: The younger generation wants more involvement in environmental protection

President Klaus Iohannis pointed out on Tuesday, after visiting the Gymnasium School no. 11 from Buzău, that the young generation wants a greater involvement in terms of protecting the environment.

“I want to congratulate today and now on this occasion all those who consider themselves teachers, teachers, teachers. On the same day we celebrate Environment Day. Congratulations and encouragement to all who are involved in protecting the environment. This school, School 11 in Buzău, puts a special emphasis on environmental education, on the circular economy, ie the materials that are otherwise thrown away are reused. Congratulations to the principal and to the students who participate in all these projects.

We are at a stage in Romania when we are trying to improve the whole framework for schools. A significant part of this whole whole that we have called Educated Romania is Environmental Education. We have developed a material that focuses on Environmental Education in Romanian schools.

A special note, I would like to make a remark about the local administration here in Buzau. We have found an administration that is very close to these topics and is involved in having projects in schools, which is of particular interest to us.

It is extremely important that the younger generation wants this approach to the environment in order to prevent climate change. There are a number of surveys that show that almost all children are very interested in these topics, almost all children and young people want to be involved in these topics, and so we have reason to be optimistic. The young generation wants to be more responsible for the environment and for our planet, but we, the politicians, the teachers, must come up with a favorable framework to give young people the opportunity to act in this regard, “the head of state said in a statement. statement to the press.

On Tuesday, President Klaus Iohannis visited the Gymnasium School no. 11 in Buzau, in the context of World Environment Day and Teacher’s Day. The event was also attended by the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcel Ciolacu, and the Minister of Education, Sorin Cîmpeanu.

According to the Presidential Administration, the Gymnasium School no. 11 is a model for other educational institutions in Romania, given that “it combines the quality of education offered to students with specific components of green schools”, and “the buildings of the school include a number of elements of sustainable school infrastructure”.

Editor: AC

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