MY CLIMATE. WE SAVE ENERGY IN KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL
National Bulgarian Conference, 27th April 2021 -Online-
The Goal of the conference was to present the experience and achievements of the EUKI-project „Towards Introduction of Climate Action in Bulgarian School Curricula “, and to introduce more practices in Germany from our partners, in order to look to the next steps for development. The ESD-Centre was invited to a key speech about experiences in Berlin and Athens
Erasmus+ seminar for teachers and students from Poland, Denmark, Northern Macedonia, Berlin 12.12.2019
About 50 people from an Erasmus+ project divided in two groups got an input about vocational orientation in general schooling in the frame of sustainable development with the focus on future jobs. They also got an overview in the tropical greenhouse about learning in complex subjects like climate change between biology, ecology, global learning and technology
Seminar for teachers from Minsk about Education for Sustainable Development in Berlin 28.3.2019
The seminar was managed by „Deutsch-Russischer Austausch e.V.”
Seminar for Russian guests about climate protection at schools in Berlin
NGOs and teachers provide innovative climate change education
for young people in Russia’s North-West”
Seminar for Bulgarian educational consultants about support structures for teachers in Berlin engaged in climate protection at schools
Workshop for students and teachers from BCU-School, Kalimantan (Borneo, Indonesia) and students from Königin-Luise-Stiftung Berlin 2.10.2018
Measurement of electric energy used by different electric devices used in schools and at home and calculation of costs as basis for saving energy, costs and CO2-emissions.
Delegation from Bina Cita Utama School, Kalimantan (Borneo, Indonesia) 11.07.2017 and 24.9.2018
Students and teachers from Bina Cita Utama School (Borneo, Indonesia) and students from Königin-Luise-Stiftung (Berlin) learned about the technology to simulate tropical climate in the main tropical greenhouse of the Botanic Garden and carried out small self-organized research programmes measuring temperature, humidity and brightness in different climate zones and different layers of the rainforest. Questions where e.g.: Why do we have tropical plants in our flats? Is the surface temperature of plants in a rainforest different to the air temperature and why?
The visits to Berlin and Palangka Raya are part of an ENSA supported school partnership with a main topic “Palmoil”
Returnvisit to Kalimantan (Borneo) October 2017 http://klsmeetsbcu2017.blogspot.co.id/
Visit of Environmental Educational Center of Vamos, Crete, Greece 5.9.2018
The EEC Vamos in Kefala is developing a network about climate protection in the region of Chania and is interested to connect it national and international.
One focus is the use of energy and bioclimatic architecture,
a wonderful addition to the Klima Schulen in Berlin and our project Climate Schools Athens/Berlin. We got to know Fotis Pontikakis and his very engaged team, looking forward maybe to a joint teachers/educators training using the EEC and also the hostel in Vamos. http://kpevamouen.blogspot.com/
Visitor from Universidad EAFIT Medellín – Colombia 1.12.2017
Alejandro Álvarez Vanegas, Profesor del Departamento de Ingeniería de Procesos
Coordinador del Núcleo de Formación Institucional en Cultura ambiental at
universidad EAFIT Presentation and exchange about structures and examples of Education for Sustainable Development in Berlin and Medellín
Media study tour for journalists from Central and Eastern Europe 12.–14.09.2017
The study tour to Berlin and Brandenburg provides climate and energy journalists with an opportunity to gain insights into Germany’s transformation in action in the run-up to COP23 in Bonn.
14.9.2017: Education and awareness raising as a key
factor in driving the transition to the low carbon economy.
Wolfgang Schwarz, ESD-Centre, former Berlin Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family
Dorothea Carl, Independent Institute for Environmental Issues (UfU)
Foto: Jan Rottler/adelphi
More information: https://media-study-tours.adelphi.de/study-tours/tour-1
50/50 Conference Bucharest 30.–31.05.2017
Energy efficiency in education units – Challenges and benefits for local authorities
Eficienta energetica in unitatile de invatamant – provocari si avantaje pentru autoritatile locale
Measures for the participation of the municipality in environmental projects
in the context of educational programmes for young people
Implementation of 50/50 programs in Berlin, (Hamburg and Bremen)
BNE-Zentrum: W. Schwarz / UfU e.V.: H. Ngujen / Environ: E. Gaspari Project Management, A. Orban President, A. Radulescu Project implementation
Visiting Schedule Athens 24.–27.04.2017
Preparing a project about energy saving and climate protection at schools in Athens
MONDAY, 24th OF APRIL
Visiting the 8th High School, where an energy upgrade program has been implemented by the municipality of Athens.
Visiting the office of Vice Mayor Mr. G.Apostolopoulos
TUESDAY, 25th OF APRIL
Visiting the 51st High School. Tour to the school grounds and presentation of an educational program about energy saving with refugees
Visiting the Kindergarten of Deutsche Schule Athen
WEDNESDAY, 26th OF APRIL
Visiting the 57th – 61st primary school, where the restructuring and educational program “DESIGNED FOR BETTER LEARNING” has been implemented.
Visiting the office of Vice Mayor Mrs. M. Iliopoulou.
Presentation of “DESIGNED FOR BETTER LEARNING” by representatives of Technical University of Crete
Presentation of “OPEN SCHOOLS”
Meeting with a representative of the Environmental Education Center of Argyroupoli
THURSDAY, 27th OF APRIL
Visit and presentation of the MODEL HOSTEL “Welcommon” by Nikos Chrysogelos, NGO “Wind of Renewal”
Meeting with representatives of school development in Athens
Visitor from Brazil 22.09.2016
exchange of educational offers with Yara Castanheira
The Inhotim Institute is a center for contemporary art and a botanical garden, located in Brumadinho, about 60 kilometers from Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais).
Something special is the education program that integrates the art collection and the collection of the institute’s botanical garden.
Inhotim is not only concerned about the environment; It is located within a remaining part of the Atlantic Rainforest and the Cerrado (savannah areas), which are two of the species richest and most endangered biomes of the planet – a global hotspot.
Visitors from Aichi Prefectural Education Center, Japan 02.12.2008
Informations about organising ESD in Berlin and offers from Botanical School and ESD-Centre to develop ESD in Japan