Elena Knyazeva, the UPF-Russia coordinator of environmental programs (left), with the young volunteers who have been helping at the eco-games.
Elena Knyazeva of UPF (standing, left) with children and parents who have learned environmental awareness by playing the outdoor game that Elena created.

Voronezh, Russia—About 1,000 people have learned to “make green decisions” by playing a game that was created by the UPF-Russia coordinator of environmental programs.

Working with the local environmental information center and a volunteering center, Elena Knyazeva, who is also the UPF representative in this southern Russian city, was awarded a grant financing 20 programs from May to September 2023 under the title “Accept Green Solutions!"

The programs have taken place in public parks, with children and adults playing a game in which they follow a route and learn about separating waste, developing environmental habits and making “green decisions” in everyday life.

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