Project title

School climate challenge: creating educational digital tools for educators and students to become true changemakers in achieving the SDGs  

Project objective

Our objective is to provide teachers with educational and training resources to inspire young people about a positive vision of the future and kick-start their interest in innovative solutions, tools and concepts that will help make the EU food systems fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly. Our project seeks to inspire young people to be environmentally active, educated and able to realize the change they want to see.

The project has three specific objectives:

1. to provide teachers with educational and training resources to inspire young people about a positive vision of the future and kick-start their interest in innovative solutions, tools and concepts that will help make the EU food systems fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly;

2. inspire young people to be environmentally active, educated and able to realize the change they want to see;

3. Integrate the project results in the regular work of the project partners.  

Project results

We will develop an online platform to share teaching and learning resources and best practice from across the EU countries for teachers and students on how we can all make changes in our lifestyles to help combat climate change and environmental damage. The digital resources and tools will enable teachers to educate students in the problematic of today’s food system, about the Farm to Fork strategy, and engage students into formal and informal educational activities and projects in and around their schools to develop their skills and competences to actively seek local solutions to put our food systems on a sustainable path.

How to use and who it is for

The School Food Climate Challenge project provides teachers with educational and training resources and best-practices on the implementation of sustainable projects to inspire and empower young people to become factors of change through more sustainable food choices and greener consumption habits.

The project also support teachers in inspiring and empowering young people to develop their own solutions and be the change they want to see in the world.

The project is funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union