The consortium is formed by the University of Camerino (Italy), as coordinator, as well as three Partners: Catholic University of Valencia (Spain), University of Thessaly (Greece), and Babes Bolyai University (Romania).

On the first day, students from different degrees of the Catholic University of Valencia have participated in a Hackathon (contest) organized by the Erasmus+ project “TranSuMan-Advanced Training on Sustainable Management of pastoral systems” which has aimed to bring the study of transhumance and the environmentally sustainable impact it has to the university students. In the activity, the students were asked the question of why transhumance is environmentally sustainable and these, divided into teams, had to search for information and arguments to answer the question and record them in a video that was later viewed by professors from the different universities participating in the project.

On the second day, the Hackathon continued with the presentation of the work by the students and the subsequent deliberation by the Jury, composed of professors and researchers from the participating universities. On this second day, the Final Conference of the project was also held, in which different researchers presented their work. Final proposals were also made in relation to the progress made in the project, as well as strategies to ensure its impact on society. Finally, proposals for the continuity of the training and research actions in the medium term were discussed among the members of the consortium.

With the Hackathon and the Final Conference, the face-to-face activities of this Consortium, coordinated by the University of Camerino (Italy) together with the University of Thessaly (Greece), Babes Bolyai University (Romania), and the Catholic University of Valencia, came to an end.

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