European Schools for a Living Planet

Final of ESFALP II and Start of the next ESFALP III

The concluding event of the international school environment initiative of WWF and ERSTE Foundation ESFALP II took place in Vienna on 4th of June 2010. Under the title “European Schools for a Living planet - Taking action together for Europe’s environment” pupils and teachers from ten European countries implemented nature conservation projects.
The activities ranged from street events and theatre performances to exhibitions and “pupils-teach-pupils” campaigns. Even a river museum was founded. The award for the best project – a nature camp week in Austria - was presented to the Cakovec Highschool from Croatia.

"With ′European Schools for a Living Planet′ we particularly want to show students possibilities to get active, to express their opinion in public and to motivate others to take action”, said Barbara Tauscher, leader of WWF Austria’s environmental education programme. „For us, the students’ overwhelming commitment is the best acknowledgement of the project.”

Application for the next project ESFALP III 2010/2011

Please send your application and the cover letter not later than 17th of September 2010!
Group Photo ESFALP
© WWF Austria

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