The Great Green Hipster Hotel is an EU funded project that aims to educate students in the hospitality and catering sector about food food waste, water management and energy management.
In the context of this very conformant European priority, the central aim of the proposed project is to develop an online digital game and game-based-learning methodology, along with associated guidelines and training for learners, for the understanding and implementation of knowledge, skills, strategies, tools and regulations related to food and water waste and energy management within the Tourism and Hospitality sector, in addition to advocating attitudinal change and endorsement of relevant environmental values. Consortium Partners: Co-ordinator: Cork Institute of Technology, IRELAND (IE) FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, AUSTRIA (AT) Caped Koala Studios, UNITED KINGDOM (UK) European Institute for Future Studies and Strategic Planning, SPAIN (ES) Adelphi research gemeinützige GmbH, GERMANY (GE).
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- The Great Green Hipster Hotel is an EU funded project that aims to educate students in the hospitality and catering sector about food food waste, water management and energy management. capedkoala.com.
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Green Hipster Hotel Credits
- Darragh Coakley, Roisin Garvey
- Project Co-ordinators
- Krzysztof Żarczyński
- Lead Game Developer
- Marek Tutkowski, Agata Majewska
- Lead Artists
- Raquel Serrano, Eugenia Atin
- Water Sustainability
- Silas Schürmann
- Energy Management
- Tadgh Coakley, Colum Giobson
- Food waste and sustainability