Follow-up: Education and training in the space sector X: Unraveling the Impact of European Space Education on Future Leaders and Sustainable Exploration

The 10th webinar on Education and Training in the Space Sector: Unraveling the Impact of European Space Education on Future Leaders and Sustainable Exploration, hosted by NEREUS, aimed to explore new trends, partnerships, and opportunities in European space education. The session focused on initiatives such as the European Space Education Resource Office (ESERO), the Master of Space Management program, and the activities of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency. Margarita Chrysaki from NEREUS was the moderator of this webinar.


ESERO Activities in Greece:

Ioanna Repanidou, ESERO’s representative, provided an overview of ESERO’s activities in Greece, highlighting efforts to make STEM subjects more attractive and accessible to students. The discussion also addressed awareness of challenges such as space debris and strategies for engaging younger generations in space exploration and sustainability efforts.



Master of Space Management Program:

Fiorella Coliolo presented the Master of Space Management of the Luiss Business School as part of the coordinating team outlining the pros and cons of European space education. It raised questions about the effectiveness of current programs in addressing principles of sustainability and their potential to contribute to a robust political framework for Europe.



The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency:

The webinar concluded with insights from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency represented by Matthieu Denoux, Project Manager Territorial Intelligence and Observatories, regarding the role of education and training in promoting sustainability within the region. The discussion emphasized the importance of aligning educational initiatives with regional sustainability goals to foster innovation and address environmental challenges effectively.



Finally, the webinar emphasized the role of education and training in supporting regional sustainability efforts, illustrating the potential for space-related education to contribute to broader environmental goals.



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