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A kick-off meeting of the participants of the international project on climate management was held at Yanka Kupala State University

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A kick-off meeting of the participants of the international project on climate management was held at Yanka Kupala State University

The participants of the Erasmus+ CBHE action “Synergy of educational, scientific, management and industrial components for climate management and climate change prevention”/ CLIMAN took part in the online kick-off meeting with partners.
The aim of the international project is to help universities in Georgia, Ukraine and Belarus become centers for the development of research in the field of climate management to accelerate integration into the global climate market and to meet the requirements of global climate regulation by acquiring the best European practices in the field of prevention, adaptation and mitigation of climate change
The participants of the first meeting were greeted by the project coordinator, director of the Netherlands Academy of Business, professor of finance Jan van Zwieten, co-coordinator, head of the International Cooperation Department of the Ukrainian University "KROK" Andrey Lotarev, head of the Erasmus + national office in Belarus Oksana Minich. During the online seminar, representatives of 12 partner universities made presentations of the project teams.
The Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Ecology Alexander Karevsky and the Head of the International Projects Department Alesya Belko spoke about the main tasks of Yanka Kupala State University, which are planned to be solved during the implementation of the project.
It is expected that one of the results of the project will be the creation of a Climate Management Consulting Center at Kupala University, which work will be aimed at developing recommendations for the industrial, transport, energy, tourism sectors and local authorities in the field of prevention, adaptation and mitigation of climate change consequences.
During the online seminar, the schedule of upcoming events and the criteria for the quality of their implementation were discussed and agreed.

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