Eden Project launches Green Talent website
Eden believe the more interaction and advice given the better! That’s why the Green Talent website offers a system of points, this rewards users who choose to help young people out. People can then go on to spend these points on a Green Talent project of their choice.
Sim Stewart, co-founder and managing director of Cofacio, who collaborated on the development of the site, said: ‘We are delighted to work with Green Talent on this new initiative. Informal learning is a growing concept within education and development, and we are proud to be able to work on a new community-driven project that truly harnesses the knowledge of young people today.’
Gaynor Coley, the Eden’s Project managing director, said: “The next phase of Green Talent sees us taking this important partnership with RSPB and Kew forward to create the opportunity for young people to see how they can bring their relationship with the environment to the workplace and create a better future for all”.