The Eniscuola project was created by eni together with the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei in 2000. Its goal is to give students qualified extensive information on energy and environment issues. Eniscuola’s main tool is the www.eniscuola.net website, available also in English.
In 2010 Eniscuola improved its graphic design, offering a new organization of contents. The website has over 1,200 pages with documents, pictures, graphs, charts, experiments, games and interviews with national and international scientists including Nobel prize winners Alan J. Heeger and Sir Harold W. Kroto as well as MIT, World Bank, Imperial College and Cambridge University researchers.
The website offers schools educational programs that involve over 6000 students per year. An Eniscuola statistic: in 2009 alone, 7 million pages were visited by 950,000 single users.
Eniscuola works with Regional School Departments, ARPA and many University and Research Educational Department and museums and also participates to the most important Italian scientific and cultural events.
Eniscuola opened the 2007 theatre season: two scientific show have been taken on tour all over Italy and has been seen by over 6, 000 spectators. In 2008 Eniscuola’s “Giovani, Energia del Futuro” project involved 1,600,000 secondary school students and over 41,000 teachers.
The Eniscuola project has been acknowledged by UNESCO’s Italian National Commission and is part of the U.N.’s Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, by contributing to spread its goals and ideals.