The event offered a wide range of activities, including more than 60 educational, creative and cultural events with workshops, a rich cultural program and sports activities. Among these engaging attractions was also the Green Penguin project, which educated visitors through an interactive quiz about the importance of protecting the environment and the small steps each individual can take to create a better world. While promoting sustainability, we also brought attention to the upcoming Green Penguin app and emphasized on the goals and content of the project.

Green Penguin’s presence at the Children’s Bazaar served as a way to encourage and empower everyone to adopt sustainable practices and helped spread the message that everyone can make a difference for the planet by doing their part.

Today, the Green Penguin project is being implemented by a consortium of organizations, namely: Iskraemeco, d.d., the City of Kranjthe City of Ljubljanathe Association DOVES-FEE Slovenia and FEE Norway who are implementing the international Eco-Schools programme. The project is co-financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism and Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development. The Norwegian Financial Mechanism stands for Norway’s contribution to a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.

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