The Fourth EVE Conference; Malmö, Sweden 2010

In the spring of 2010, Saturday the 10th of April to Thursday the 15th of April, the forth and last energy conference of the Comenius project "Europe versus Energy, EVE" was held in Malmö, Sweden.
The energy conference, all participating countries' delegations agreed, was a success; all of the students agreed that they had learnt something important by participating in the project.
A debate was held the last day of the conference and it was at times heated and not everyone agreed with everything that was said; it was as a debate should be in other words. All in all this fourth energy conference was a worthy finale of EVE, below follows the agenda which was followed during the meeting, click on the blue links to see a slideshow from that day from filckr.

Sunday

Sightseeing Skåne
11.00 Departure St Petri school (Behind the main entrance)
12.00 Kåseberga - Ales stenar
High above the picturesque fishing village of Kåseberga are the mysterious Ales stones.This fascinating monument consists of 59
stones erected to form the outline of a gigantic ship. At 67 metres long and 19 metres wide, Ales stones are Sweden’s largest existing
ship tumulus.The purpose and age of Ales stones are still debated. Ship tumuli are usually interpreted as being grave monuments or cult centres, but another explanation put forward is that Ales stones is a sun calender
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Ales stenar.

14.00 Stenshuvud
The distinctive mountain of Stenshuvud has been a landmark for seafarers for generations. The top of the mountain is also an excellent viewpoint. Stenshuvud used to be regarded as the home of giants and trolls. The national park is dominated by deciduous forest of an exotic nature. The forest mainly consists of hornbeam and beech. The beech forest is particularly worth seeing in the spring, with its delicate foliage and carpets of flowers such as wood anemones and yellow anemones.There are several historical finds here, such as the remains of Skåne's only ancient fort round the mountain. It dates back to the 5th - 6th centuries. A warm climate and varied conditions contribute to a rich variation in plant species. It also favours animal life, with for example large numbers of nightingale. The song of the nightingale is sometimes stunningly intense.
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Stenshuvud.

16.30 Brösarps backar
Dinner at vägstation Brösarp
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Brösarps backar.

19.00 Arrival St Petri school

Monday


08.30 -09.30 Official opening of the fourth meeting of the Comeniusproject – Eve
09.30- 10.00 Guided tour at St Petri school, coffee/tea
10.00-12.00 Project work
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.00 Energy distribution, Lecture by Li Lövhed from EON
14.00-15.00 Transportation to Västra Hamnen-Turning Torso
15.00-16.30 Guided tour at Västra hamnen , Cicero Daniel Skogh, Environment Department in Malmö..
Student activity in the evening, pizzeria.
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Turning Torso.

Tuesday

08.10 Departure from St Petri school by bus.
09.00 Visiting the Planetarium and experimental workshop at vattenhallen Science center , LTH, Lund University.
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Vattenhallen.

12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00 Transportation to SYSAV.
13.30 -15.30 Visiting SYSAV a modern power station, situated outside Malmö.
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SYSAV.

16.00 Arrival at St Petri school
Student activity in the evening, cinema

Wednesday

08.30 Project work at St Petri school
09.30-10.00 short break, coffee/tea
10.00-11.30 Energy debate
11.30-12.00 Evaluation of the project
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Transportation to Ön –Limhamn.
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The boat.

14.30 -17.30 Visiting Lillgrund. With 48 turbines, Lillgrund is the third biggest windfarm in the world .
17.30-18.00 Transportation to St Petri school
19.30 -24.00 Farewell dinner at St Petri school