With the aim of promoting the formation of a culture of green citizenship, the GEAP in Peru organized educational sessions and environmental restoration actions; they also participated in the First Regional Congress of Students of Environmental Engineering and the bibliographic exhibition “Climate Change and Biodiversity in Peru”.
Inter-institutional parade and agreement in Lima
In the district of Lurin, south of Lima, the GEAP with the José Antonio Dapelo Educational Institution and the support of the Ministry of the Environment carry out awareness-raising activities on the preservation of the environment, and planting of trees.
In the district of Lurin, south of Lima, the GEAP with the José Antonio Dapelo Educational Institution and the support of the Ministry of the Environment carried out awareness activities on the preservation of the environment, and planting of trees.
With disguises allusive to the anniversary and much hubbub made a parade in which the entire institution was involved (1,600 students and teachers). The environmental brigades of the International Movement “Guardians for Peace of Mother Earth” were also presented for the participation of the students.
This event ended with a formal ceremony in which an inter-institutional agreement was signed between the GEAP and the José Antonio Dapelo Institution. The agreement was signed by the director of the school, Martha Gómez Pinto, and the national coordinator of the GEAP in Peru, Nelly Fuentes; attended by representatives of the District Municipality of Lurin, who expressed support for upcoming events.
formation on the rights of Mother Earth and the practice of the 5R
Chimbote, Chiclayo and Trujillo
550 students from the “Manuel Encarnación Rojo 89501” school in Chimbote, and 300 from the Educational Institution 035 Maravillas de Jesús, in the city of Chiclayo, received training on the rights of Mother Earth and the practice of the 5R (Reduce, Recycle , Reuse, Reeducate and Reject), in educational sessions by activists for peace.
In the city of Trujillo, GEAP and other institutions such as the Army of Peru, the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo, the Environmental Management Service, Green Areas, the Ricardo Palma Educational Institution, COPROSEC, Panamericana TV and the SOLTV Channel, came together to the recovery of spaces in some main avenues of the city, among them, Av. Húsares de Junín and Av. Miraflores.
They swept the streets, collected garbage and sowed ornamental plants.
On the other hand, the activists of Trujillo promoted the 5R in the César Vallejo Ecological College, with the participation of 300 students of initial and primary.
The GEAP was invited to participate in the First Regional Congress of Students of Environmental Engineering (COREIA) in Lima, together with other institutions such as the Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, and companies that carry out ecological practices.
The Congress began with a fair held at the National University of San Marcos, with an attendance of approximately 500 students. On Friday, June 9, within the framework of the Congress, the GEAP in Peru participated in a panel on Environmental Governance.
“Climate Change and Biodiversity in Peru”
In the capital city, the bibliographic exhibition “Climate Change and Biodiversity in Peru” was inaugurated. The GEAP had participation in the event, which was organized by the National Library of Peru and the Ministry of the Environment, through its Environmental Library (BIAM).
The GEAP in Peru presented its National Symphony, also the play “I have right”, as well as protection dances and payment to Mother Earth directed by Lisman Pérez Marcos, manager of the Asánincas Communities (CONAM) of the province of Mazamari, and by Luzmila Chumpe, director of Native Dances of “Boca Capirusahari”.