The GREEEN Guide on climate change education is now also available in all partner languages and in French. Please download your language version from the GREEEN website.
THe GREEEN project has come to an end – the network activities of the GREEEN Network carry on. Also we are glad to continue our successful collaboration with six partners of the GREEEN Network in the follow-up project EELLSS – European Experiential Learning Lab on Soil Science that aims to interlink natural sciences with “soils” as a practical, concrete and “living” lab and innovative learning field. Find out more on the EELLS website.
The GREEEN Network proudly presents the GREEEN Guide that is meant to serve teachers and other education professionals as a source of inspiration for the integration of climate change related topics into educational programmes and school curricula in a creative and multi-disciplinary way. The guide does not repeat information that are available in many other sources on climate change but does very much focus on the GREEEN partners’ experience. It offers good practice examples on how climate change has been integrated into specific subjects or into extracurricular activities – all gathered by the GREEEN partner schools and all based on real experience – as well as examples of networking activities and presents the various offerings provided by the GREEEN Network.
You can download the guide in English from GREEEN website. The Guide is now being translated into all partner languages and French. These versions will be also made available on the website soon.
The three winning teams were invited to the 2-day GREEEN event that was hosted by the Landkreis Kassel, Germany. The prize of the competition was actually the trip to Kassel. In addition, we had a European award ceremony on Monday, 10th October, 2016, with all GREEEN partners and external guests. Unfortunately, there was a strike from Lufthansa and two of the three teams could not come to Kassel, as their flights were cancelled. Their projects were presented all the same and a big applause was sent to them!
In the second GREEEN award the task was to describe projects or ideas that would illustrate actions, their key outcomes, and their success in meeting the climate change challenge locally.
From the more than 50 submitted projects the European jury and the public vote decided on the three winners.
And the winner are: Continue reading
The GREEEN network is organising its final conference on 10.10.2016 in Kassel, Germany. The conference will offer insights in the GREEEN network activities and its main outputs. We will also have a series of workshop addressing climate change related topics. Find the programme here.
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On June 6 2016, the consortium of Three C organised a very successful multiplier event in Porto, hosted by the Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique.
Around 100 participants from six European countries shared their experiences and ideas on circular economy and education. You can find the conference documentation with all highlights here.
The GREEEN team is inviting European school students (14-19 years old) to show us their projects and ideas that contribute to this momentum for change. We are looking forward to seeing young people’s innovation, and the climate change solutions they are developing in their schools or communities.
The best projects will be invited to our final conference in October 2016, in Kassel, Germany.
Find out more here.
The GREEEN Network organised a storytelling award that addressed 14-19 year-old students in Europe to tell their story on climate change. The story involved a time travel – we wanted the storytellers to imagine that they live in 2115 and tell people how the battle against climate change was finally won. How did people change their behaviour into a climate friendly and sustainable one? What invention made fossil fuels obsolete? How did we decrease the consumption of resources to a sustainable level?
From the more than 55 submitted stories the jury members Continue reading