In this issue:
– About the project
– Status quo in regard to education of the GenZ in sustainable development
– GIS- based innovative method
The visualization of the Status quo
The partners mapped and classified the projects tackling sustainable development topics in their countries. The data analysis is part of the input to the design of the education material and podcasts planned later in the project. The collected best practices will serve as case studies.
To reflect the conclusions of the review of the collected data the partners elaborated an infographic. The results are the following:
– More than half of the projects were implemented by NGOs (58%)
– The preferred targets are general public (49%) and local communities (22%)
– Many projects are implemented at national (38%) or transnational level (21%), only a limited number at the organization level (6%).
“The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow” – Nelson Mandela
GIS – based innovative method
GenZ project original classification methodology facilitates a future automatic (i.e. machine learning, artificial intelligence) data analysis and matches the GenZ education ecosystem.
GIS Data structure
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth’s surface.
Data collection was conducted in an off-line workbook form for all partners, mimicking the GIS attribute table and was partially transposed in an online form which includes geographical mapping.
The application of this data analysis methodology is considered as critical in working with big data to support policy-making.