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Participants' Feedback on the Field Trip 2009

  Mai Hoa from Vietnam

My own knowledge of sustainable development as well as other environmental issues has been enriched and enlarged by the field trip. It gave me the chance to make many friends full of ideas and enthusiasm from all over the world. We have different academic and cultural backgrounds, different points of view, different ways of thinking but we all share a common dream: make our beloved planet a better place for the next generations”.
 
Daniela from Ecuador
However, I found in the envoys, BAYER and UNEP a holistic view of the Global Warming problematic. It was a shot of motivation and hope to see engineers, chemists, ecologists, communicators, biologists, economists and entrepreneurs working together to find global solutions for a problem that is not only part of our future but of our present.
 
Titus from Malaysia
I struggle to describe the boundless intellectual and technical exposure obtained. Sitting and learning at the feet of globally renowned experts, coming face-to-face with the best environmental practices, and delving deeper into the depths of sustainability with peers and professionals from around the world…the implications were immense.
 
Ruchi from India
The Bayer Young Environmental Envoy (BYEE) Program actually was a springboard for me to expand the horizons of my theoretical environmental knowledge base and translate it into practical knowledge. The unique multi-cultural dimension the program had helped me make contacts with like-minded contemporaries from all over the world. Programs like BYEE help me strengthen my commitment towards the environment and my belief in what Mahatma Gandhi said ‘Be the change you want to see in the world”.
 
Marta from Poland
The wide range of very interesting and informative seminars and discussions allowed us to see the same problem from different points of view and place it on more global scale. Most of the presented solutions were useful and surprisingly easy to implement. This let us understand that in most cases instead of very advanced technologies we only need to change our minds and attitudes towards environmental problems and become more enthusiastic in implementation simple ideas in our daily routine.
 
Taeim from Korea
I study biology in university but I had previously never thought how biology and the environment are connected. I got an answer from the simple lecture at Bayer CropScience. They have already asked that question of works and got result of their efforts. I was so impressed that I decided I also want to work in that area in future. Afterwards, I carried out an experiment to purify genomic DNA by myself. It was a simple experiment but I was so exciting that I could see DN

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