Tirocinio per Study Visit Friburgo

Stiamo cercando un(a) giovane laureato/a di madrelingua italiana, per affiancare i nostri esperti nell’organizzazione e realizzazione di visite tecniche alla città di Friburgo (Study Visit Friburgo), ed eventualmente per l’assistenza in progetti internazionali.
La durata del tirocinio è di 8 mesi, da ottobre 2017 a maggio 2018, il luogo di lavoro è Freiburg im Breisgau.

Requisiti richiesti

  • Laurea in scienze ambientali o simili, con focus su politiche ambientali
  • Ottima conoscenza di inglese e tedesco
  • Conoscenza della cultura politica e sociale della Germania di oggi
  • Capacità comunicative e didattiche (soprattutto nei confronti di giovani), conoscenza di tecniche interattive di workshop
  • La conoscenza della città o l’aver effettuato periodi di studio a Friburgo rappresenta un valore aggiunto

Condizioni del contratto
Si offre un contratto a tempo determinato per 8 mesi, su una base settimanale di ca. 20 – 25 ore, con uno stipendio lordo di ca. 770 – 960 € mensili, 2,5 giorni di ferie al mese. Si offre inoltre formazione specifica.

Si prega di inviare CV e espressione di interesse ad aiforia, scrivendo a a.burzacchini@aiforia.eu entro il 15 luglio 2017.

What we are up to a.k.a. new projects

The last few months have been rather busy but thoroughly enjoyable at our offices: two new projects have kicked off, there have been several groups for study visits, we have been in collaborative sessions for future projects, and many other activities (including developing our IT skills).

Thus, we are a little behind with the news of our new projects, although, if you have followed us on Facebook, you are already aware of the Interreg project meeting in Prague. But we have also been to Dobele, Latvia.

Local Renewables Conference 2016

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                                        Historical Merchants’ Hall

Last week took place the seventh Local Renewables Conference in Freiburg. Organized by ICLEI and cities of Freiburg and Basel, the three-day program included plenaries, workshops, speeches, guided tours, cross-border travelling and the most delicious chocolate brownies.

The conference started off with a post-Fukushima theme where it became clear that Japan is transitioning towards locally produced renewable energies. Even though the renewable share in the national power supply is still rather low, the interest and commitment is possibly higher than in Europe. Especially fascinating was the energy and community concept of Miyama.

REPORT THE WATER ISSUES ONLINE

IMG_3647.4We are happy to announce that the online reporting tool SeeClickFix is fully operational at our Aquapath’s project page! Whoop!

In case you joined us at the Water Festival on the 4th of June, you may already have had a glimpse of it. During the Festival, we had games and discussions on water topics that had a largely global perspective. But the water at the local level is just as important, especially as

The Big Finale in Villa Reale!

Image-1With wonderful weather, superb organization (thank you Lucia, Benedetta, Antonio and Commune di Monza!! È stato bellissimo!) and fantastic people we took part in the last Aquapath project meeting in Monza. Although the Final Meeting is over there is still a lot of communication and, possibly, collaboration ahead of us. In the meantime, you guys can all check out the cool gadgets Aquapath has developed in here: http://aquapath-project.eu/