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We would be glad to take part into your project. We believe that we can contribute to your project. Cosimo Cannata cosimocannata hotmail. We are a Italian School with pre primary, primary and secondary of 1st grade school.
Our pupils are aged between 3 and 14 years old. We would like to work with you in your partnership. We are from Tuscany, in Italy, and our city is Massa. We have a lot of good things to exchange with everyone and we will be happy if you contact us, as soon as But not too late, I hope!
Hellow, We are the 5 th junior high school of Thiva, the most ancient city of the world. We number 25 teachers and students aged years old. The school runs environmental, health and fisical education programmes. Within the context of highlighting, the long history of our town and the new museum of Thiva, we would like to cooperate with schools of other countries in order to exchange cultures.
Our school houses a folkloric museum, computer, chemistry, physics, biology laboratory, an art classroom and a school library. For more informations please contact:. If you are looking for a hardworking, reliable and committed project partner, our school would be a great option for you. All the best, Nadia My e-mail is: Hello, We are a school from the north of Spain. We offered to colaborate in your project before but we would like to remind you that we are still really interested because the project sounds amazing and parents in our school are really keen on colaborating.
So please, remember that if you need another partner we are ready to work with you. Kind regards, Esther Basanta. We have pleasure to notice how important are traditions for involving our students in a new global perstective, not only about the present to the future too.
We are a high school from the south east of Spain, Murcia. We have a old tradition about erupoean project from the last 12 years. I think that we would have a good luck working together in your project. We work with pupils from 12 to 18 years old. We are a 72 teacher in our school and students too. Our web page www. Our school is a primary school. Our students age range There are students and 45 teachers in our school. Our city is rich in historical and touristic aspects.
Children from different countries, cultures and religions want to know For to prepare a project together, we can find other partners. Looking for partners for a K2 project Discovering cultural diversity with pupils and their parents Bewertung: Melden Sie sich bitte an, bevor Sie das Kontaktformular nutzen.
Each partner would do all these events and help with making publications, e-books etc. Problem melden Antworten Bewertet am Cosimo Cannata gab dieser strategischen Partnerschaft die Bewertung Rating: Maria Tenace gab dieser strategischen Partnerschaft die Bewertung Rating: Aristeidis Boulios gab dieser strategischen Partnerschaft die Bewertung Rating: For more informations please contact: Nadia Circu gab dieser strategischen Partnerschaft die Bewertung Rating: Most widely held works by Ulrich Enneking.
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The objective is to analyse relationships between regional image, the factors that constitute the special identity of a region, and the resulting consequences for marketing of regional foods and marketing of the region itself. Economic Valuation of Farm Animal Welfare - Exploring Consumer Preferences and Willingness-to-Pay for the Welfare of Broilers in Germany by Fadi Makdisi 1 edition published in in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Estimating the value consumers place on farm animal welfare FAW provides information on the extent to which consumers are ready to support policy changes aim at improving the welfare of farm animals and developing animal-friendly production systems that can also compete on markets.
The current study aimed at exploring consumer preferences and willingness-to-pay WTP for a certified FAW product, namely broiler meat, using the contingent valuation method. In addition, the study used the choice experiment method to investigate how consumers value different FAW attributes and alternative broiler production systems, including outdoor and extensive indoor systems. The data was obtained from a survey of German broiler consumers using face-to-face interviews.
The choice experiment findings revealed that consumers were more likely to pay significantly higher prices for alternatively produced broilers relative to the conventional product. In conclusion, both the contingent valuation and the choice experiment results confirm that there is a potential for raising the welfare standards of broilers in Germany. This suggests that policy changes towards high welfare levels are strongly supported by consumers and calls policy makers and the chicken industry to diversify broiler production methods and shift to more welfare-friendly methods.
There are three major questions: How do consumers experience mycotoxin risks? Data evaluation is based on interviews with consumers from Northern Germany.
Attitude is measured by interviews stated preferences and by behaviour preferences revealed preferences. Discrete-choice-analysis, partial-least-squares-analysis, factor analysis, cluster analysis and variance analysis are used. Results show a low awareness of health problems due to mycotoxin contamination of food. Mycotoxin risks are under-estimated by consumers.