Environmental Activism Camp, within the scope of three days, gave a group of young people the opportunity to develop their understanding of the environment and the skills they need to bring that into the civic realm, thus ensuring that they are ready to face the generational environmental challenges they face.
Green Art Fest is an annual arts festival that brings together hundreds of youngsters to help grow an environmentally responsible community by empowering them to be changemakers in their own communities. The festival is located in Obiliq, one of the most polluted areas in Southern Europe.
Solar Camp is an outdoor, creative and awareness-raising program by KIG. The location of the program is a campsite fully powered by solar energy panels where youngsters have the chance to learn more about renewable energy, energy security and zero-waste camping while experiencing a unique lifestyle in nature/tents.
This program, implemented by Keep It Green, builds a bridge between the “Law on the environmentally endangered zone of Obiliq and its surroundings”, the institutions responsible for implementing it, and the community whose interest it is to know and cherish the rights that this law provides.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle workshop unites youngsters from all around Kosovo to learn about practical ways to live an environmentally friendly life. During the workshops, they learn about 3R practices, analysed worldwide practices and create crafts with reused trash collected in their community.
KIG activists designed simple tips of how each of us can contribute to reducing the unnecessary waste of water as we go on with our daily life. Creatively designed tips, produced into stickers, were distributed all around the city. You can find them in public water-fountains and the bathroom your favorite coffe-shop.
Ricikleta is a series of mobile workshops in primary schools f the city of Obiliq. In these workshops, the pupils learn simple waste management techniques using art as an outlet. In the end, they recycle the days' trash in their school utilizing the lessons learned.
22nd of April, Earth Day, was marked by KIG activists via a symbolic action in the city of Obiliq. The large concrete egg in the city center was renovated and painted to resemble the Earth. The monument remains as one of the very few colorful objects in a city covered by dust layers of the powerplants.