After the cancellation of the 10th edition in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, BGREEN is back to keep fighting for a more just and ecological world. Giving voice to the hundreds of students and teachers is BGREEN’s mission and also a way to, in such hard times, stay together and strive for a common cause: caring for our Planet.
In this edition the theme will be the same of Sustainable Consumption. Under the motto “Earthability: Changing Minds, Changing Habits” focused on the skills human beings must develop to deal with the Planet in a sustainable manner.
Participants can address a variety of themes associated with sustainability, such as: mobility, programmed obsolescence, biological food, fair trade, circular economy, efficient resource management, equalitarian goods distribution and conscious consumption, among many others. Participants can also join the competition using the spots they weren’t able to submit in 2020.
For more information, visit BGREEN’s website at www.bgreenfestival.com