Fight Climate Change


Collective Innovation to Fight Climate Change project (Fight Climate Change) kicked off on the 24th of March 2021. The project is financed under the EU’s programme Erasmus+ (2014-2020). The project will run for 30 months. CEED Bulgaria is one of the 7 project partners from all over Europe together with: EPN Consulting – project coordinator (United Kingdom), Creative District (Belgium), IDEC (Greece), International Association of Science Parks & Areas of Innovation (Spain), Knowledge, Innovation and Strategies Management Club (Bulgaria), Worldview Impact Foundation (United Kingdom).

The ‘Collective Innovation to Fight Climate Change’ project’s vision is to support the successor of the European Cooperation in Education and Training (ET2020) for more ambitious benchmarks for adult education and for more social and sustainable future, where adult education can play a central role in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and combating climate change.

The Fight Climate Change project goal is to produce a set of training and educational materials to raise awareness and contribute to the fight against climate change through collective innovation and efforts.

The project aims to:

  • Educate educators on climate change challenges and the UN SDGs.
  • Upskill entrepreneurs and SMEs owners/ managers on how to use the innovation management process in developing their sustainability strategies to fight against climate change.
  • Guide entrepreneurs and SMEs owners/ managers on becoming agents of change for their colleagues/ employees and transforming their business culture and values to eco ones.
  • Provide a user-friendly digital platform to educators, entrepreneurs, SMEs and individuals to measure their carbon footprint.


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