The RM@Schools project aggregated partners from six European countries: CNR & Aster (Italy),
Bay Zoltán (Hungary), TU Claustahl (Germany), Wetsus (Netherlands), UPM Madrid (Spain), and GeMMe (Belgium).
The challenge of the RM@Schools project to engage the youngsters (10-19 yrs) and
make them to become Raw MatTTERS Ambassadors themselves [TERS stands for Tackling European Resourses Sustainably
(focus on sustainability, efficient use of all natural resources)], resulted to be very successful.
During the Final Meeting in Bologna more than 450 students from schools of different levels, gathered to show the results and the learning pathways they have followed to understand the importance of sustainable and responsible use of raw materials in our daily life (from cell phones to photovoltaic panels). They also demonstrated how to make scientific and technological education in the raw materials field more attractive. See some of their work done in 2016.
The uniform of the RM@Schools team is a white sweatshirt/T-shirt with the European flag and the logo of the project.