At the initiative of the Ministry of Environment, an event was held at the State Museum of Nature of Armenia - the presentation of environmental games.
The event was attended by representatives of professional departments of the Ministry, schoolchildren from different regions of the republic and representatives of public organizations.
Before proceeding to the part of the agenda of the event, speeches were made by the director of the museum and representatives of the Ministry, who, welcoming the participants of the event, once again touched upon the problems of improving the level of environmental education and environmental knowledge in the republic and presented the work carried out by the ministry in this context.
The purpose of the event was to popularize environmental games developed and created by various public organizations and individuals, and to talk about them as another way to solve environmental problems.
A number of environmental games were presented during the event.
Chairman-co-founder of the "Innovative solutions for sustainable community development" NGO Mkhitar Avetisyan and member of the organization Kristine Atayan presented the game "Naturemania".
The goal of this game is to spread a greener lifestyle among children and adults and give an opportunity to get acquainted with the environmental problems of Armenia and the world and their solutions.
Two young delegates from Armenia who participated in COP 27, Narek Ohanyan and Erazik Oveyan, presented the board game "Climapolis", through which participants get acquainted with the possibilities of mitigating the effects of climate change:
Mari Chakryan, Legal Adviser of the Ministry of the Environment, presented the ecological, educational board game "Energopoly", developed by the NGO "Public Awareness and Monitoring Center" within the framework of the ECOserve program implemented by the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) together with partner ministries.
Director of the public organization "Environment and Health" Lianna Margaryan presented the game "Ecoshut-asik", which helps young people to learn about environmental problems and take steps to preserve the planet Earth.
The event ended with an interactive quiz organized by representatives of the Ozone Layer Protection program of the Ministry of Environment, during which the most active participants of the game were presented with samples of the games presented.
A tour of the Nature museum was also organized for the children participating in the event.