Vladimir Nazor Primary School from Postira on the island of Brač hosted the Erasmus+ project entitled “Human Impacts on the Environment”. Students and teachers from Croatia, Romania, Portugal, France, and Guadeloupe participated in the project. The last mobility activity within the project was held in Croatia from 9 to 14 May, and included a visit to the Hydrographic Institute on the final mobility day. The purpose of the visit was to learn about Institute’s activities, make a tour of its museum, and attend a lecture on the topic “Sea Level Rise”. The lecture was given by Ms Maja Karlović, member of Oceanographic Department, at two sites: on the Institute premises and in front of the tide gauge in the port of Split. Educational materials were prepared by Graphics Department, and distributed to the participants at the end of the event and group photo.
The visit passed in a pleasant and working atmosphere, with positive feedback from all participants and a wish for further cooperation.