During the period from 20/06/2023 to 27/06/2023, C.D.A. College had the privilege of participating as a hosting organization in the Erasmus+ project titled “Climate Change and Overheating problem. Methods and actions for tackling the environmental and economic crisis by utilization Renewable Energy Sources” with project reference 2022-1-EL01-KA122-ADU-000072138. This project aimed to address the pressing issues of climate change and overheating by exploring various methods and actions related to the utilization of renewable energy sources. C.D.A. College provided a platform for participants to engage in educational activities, workshops, and discussions focused on tackling the environmental and economic crisis caused by climate change. The project emphasized the importance of renewable energy sources as a sustainable and viable solution to combat climate change and reduce overheating problems. Throughout the project, participants had the opportunity to learn about different renewable energy technologies, such as solar power, wind energy, hydropower, and bioenergy. They explored the practical applications of these technologies and their potential for mitigating climate change impacts while promoting economic growth. The main objectives of this project were to equip participants with the necessary skills, knowledge, and mindset to contribute actively to the fight against climate change and promote the adoption of renewable energy sources in their respective communities and professional fields.