adaptación al cambio climático en el hogar

Leading agency: Ecoherencia, S.C.A.
Area(s) of intervention:
Total budget: € 7.500
NOPLANETB contribution: € 6.750
Duration: 5 months
Starting date: 1st of March 2019

Summary of the project

This project offers a set of tools to citizens to work, use, recognize and manufacture sustainable consumption alternatives. Other ways of consuming in an environmentally friendly way will be made known in order not to aggravate climate change.
The objectives of the project are:
● To train participants on climate change, from the perspective of consumption style and its consequences.
● To Train participants in the preparation of recipes for products to transform our home into a sustainable home.
● To Encourage the creativity of participants and citizens in general on the challenges of climate change.
● To Publicize consumer alternatives that are easy to adapt in our daily lives and do not promote climate change.
Several activities will be carried out: 6 three-hour workshops on climate change and responsible consumption (local, organic and healthy) for adults. In addition, it includes the production of three demonstration videos on how to make healthy products for our home, ensuring greater dissemination, diffusion and impact. A competition will be held to create Haikus (Japanese poem of three verses) and a publication will be published with the best ones.


  • 120 citizens

Overall achievements

With “Adapting to climate change at home”, the Ecoherencia Cooperative has set up 6 practical workshops aimed at different groups to encourage a change of habits at home towards more sustainable routines and to learn how to make more natural products. The 120 participants have learned how to make homemade cleaning, personal hygiene and gastronomic products against food waste. Some videos illustrate the elaboration of these recipes. The project has also encouraged creativity through a Haiku (Japanese poem) competition on climate change in which 145 people participated. This haiku sums up the essence of the project “Simple changes, sustainable homes. YES, it is possible.

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