Greenpeace at KISC12.07.2009
The Solar Generation project was conceived by Greenpeace in 2003 with the aim to educate young people about clean energy sources and invite them to take action against global warming in their countries, presenting the solar energy as a solution. The Solar Generation project is now active in Germany, China, the Philippines, India, Slovakia and Togo, among others countries.
Here in Switzerland, the project includes the installation of 120 solar panels, including possible buildings at KISC. In addition, the World Scout Centre has been chosen by Greenpeace to be a Solar Generation learning station. Greenpeace has appointed 3 volunteers to spend a total of 7 weeks in Kandersteg this summer running workshops for Scouts around the themes of clean energy, solar motorcars and alpine wind. This, combined with our reworked Eco Adventure programme promises to keep KISC on being a leading Scout Centre for the environment.
SEE WHAT HAPPENED AT KISC THIS WEEK
Now you can stay updated on what is happening at KISC by visiting our Weekly Photo Gallery. In this gallery you will find pictures taken during our Weekly Summer Programme. This activities makes the busiest and most interesting part of our Programme, with hundreds of Scouts from all nationalities taking part every week. The gallery is updated every two days with new pictures.
Long Term Staff VACANCIES
Do you look good in Pink? Give it a try: there are new Long Term Staff possitions available in our Staff team for 2010! You can find more information here.
Tati Pérez (AR)
PR & Marketing Assistant