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Sauberes Wasser und sanitäre Einrichtungen

Wassermanagement ist für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung von entscheidender Bedeutung, da sauberes Süßwasser und sanitäre Einrichtungen für die Gesundheit und das Wohlbefinden der Menschen unerlässlich sind.

Wasser fließt nicht wie von Geisterhand aus dem Wasserhahn und Abwasser muss gesammelt und aufbereitet werden: Dies setzt lange und komplexe Prozesse voraus, die Rohre und Anlagen, modernste Technik, ständige Qualitätskontrollen, Maschinen, Materialien und Energie erfordern. Obwohl bei der integrierten Bewirtschaftung der Wasserressourcen erhebliche Fortschritte erzielt wurden, haben Milliarden von Menschen immer noch keinen Zugang zu sicherem Trinkwasser und sanitären Einrichtungen. it MULTIPLIERS werden, beginnend in Italien, Schulen und Gemeinden einbezogen, um ihr naturwissenschaftliches Verständnis von Wassermanagement und Nachhaltigkeit zu verbessern. Gemeinsam werden wir außerdem konkrete Maßnahmen ergreifen, um nachhaltiges Verhalten zu fördern, Wasserressourcen zu sparen und diese – ebenso wie die Umwelt – zu schützen.

Sauberes Wasser und sanitäre Einrichtungen
Sauberes Wasser und sanitäre Einrichtungen
Introducing the MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a treasure trove of teaching & learning resources on real-world challenges

Introducing the MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a treasure trove of teaching & learning resources on real-world challenges

Nov 6, 2023
The MULTIPLIERS project has just launched its new MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a platform hosting a wealth of teaching and learning resources for educators looking to address some of today’s most relevant real-world challenges, such as vaccination and biodiversity protection.
New video: a tour of the MULTIPLIERS Open Science Communities

New video: a tour of the MULTIPLIERS Open Science Communities

Mai 9, 2023
Watch our new video to get an impression of our first year of activities!
On World Water Day, Reggio Emilia students present exhibition on historical water systems

On World Water Day, Reggio Emilia students present exhibition on historical water systems

Mrz 28, 2023
One of MULTIPLIERS‘ learning projects in the region of Reggio Emilia was the topic of a video published by the news portal Reggionline on the occasion of World Water Day. The portal interviewed Arturo Bertoldi (Eduiren) and Paola Semeghini (partner school Blaise Pascal) on the Multipliers learning project on clean water and sanitation, which required …
Italian Schools Commit to Raising Awareness on Clean Water & Sanitation

Italian Schools Commit to Raising Awareness on Clean Water & Sanitation

Jan 10, 2023
We might often think about the environmental impact of our consumption choices – but have you ever considered the repercussions of your water use and water drinking habits? Water is the most basic item to human survival, yet discussing the sustainability of water and sanitation systems isn’t always a priority in science classes and schools. …
Students as Agents of Social Change/MULTIPLIERS & OStogether Inspiration Session

Students as Agents of Social Change/MULTIPLIERS & OStogether Inspiration Session

Okt 20, 2022
What does the school of the future look like? The times when students were considered mere recipients of information are over. Still, schools haven’t fully transitioned yet into a model that strongly encourages student participation, agency and self-efficacy, preparing pupils to tackle real-world challenges. With a focus on science education and sustainability dilemmas, the MULTIPLIERS …
Bottled water vs. tapped water: which is better? Debunking myths around water quality

Bottled water vs. tapped water: which is better? Debunking myths around water quality

Mai 24, 2022
Influenced by marketing and brand recognition, some people prefer to drink bottled water to tap water. But against popular belief, that doesn’t necessarily translate into higher quality or hygiene. To work out students’ perceptions around the topic and discuss water drinking habits, MULTIPLIERS partner Iren, through its educational division Eduiren, co-organised a water “blind tasting” …