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BBC World Service - People Fixing the World

There are several categories of well-developed environmental lesson plans for all grade levels. Topics include climate, sustainability, and organics and food. Site has an environmental jeopardy game that students will enjoy.

The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) has a multitude of lesson plans, teacher guides, and student resources at its site.

A lesson plan that shows interconnections between water use and food production and contains links to several helpful websites.

This site is written to appeal to children of all ages. There are many interactive features and many downloadable resources. With art, game, and science rooms, as well as pages devoted to environmental issues of all types, this site could make a good supplemental resource or lesson enhancement.

Provides an interactive quiz that students will enjoy to calculate the ecological footprint of cities, businesses, and individuals.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has an enormous website filled with useful resources for teachers and students in all grade levels. Certain pages are written at a child's level and cover many different topics related to environmental health.

First grader Ryan Hreljac was inspired by a classroom lesson about children who don't have clean water around the world and began raising money to provide it. Now, over ten years later, his Ryan's Well Foundation is still very active. At this site, children and youth can learn about fundraising projects and ways to get involved so that everyone in the world can have clean water.


On September 20, 2022. the company BELMET 97 d.o.o. organized the Webinar "New Energy days" in anticipation of the 2nd New energy days conference, where together with  partner company Lexsolar they covered the following topics:


* Solar energy

* Wind energy

* Hydropower

* Fuel cells

* Energy storage

* Electromobility

The webinar is intended for primary and secondary school teachers. In addition to the theoretical part, the practical part was presented on the Lexsolar set "NewEnergy - Ready-to-go. LeXsolar‐NewEnergy Ready‐to‐go is specially adapted for students in primary and secondary school and enables the understanding of the topics: photovoltaics, wind energy, hydropower, electric mobility and fuel cells through qualitative and quantitative experiments. With the included Smart Control components, an innovative measurement and control system is available, and all necessary accessories such as power supply, cables and measuring devices are already included.


From June 29th to July the 1st 2021, the European Union Center at the University of Illinois organized its online summer curriculum workshop on the topic ”Teaching the European Green Deal”. This organization is responsible for organizing each school year a Transatlantic Educators Dialogue as well as lectures, conferences and a lot of other events meant for teachers from America and Europe.

Teachers of the Romanian team participated on this education (Adriana Maris and Lucia Boldea). 

During the 3 days of online workshop, there were presentations followed by discussions on climate policy, post pandemic economic and social recovery plan, strategies for incorporating climate science instructions into the curriculum as well as creating lesson plans that fit the topic in various subjects.

 Education materials:

Teaching the European Green Deal – Google disk


Voestalpine is a globally leading steel and technology group with a unique combination of materials and processing expertise. Voestalpine, which operates globally, has around 500 Group companies and locations in more than 50 countries on all five continents. It has been listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1995. With its premium products and system solutions, it is a leading partner to the automotive and consumer goods industries as well as the aerospace and oil & gas industries; it is also the world market leader in railway systems, tool steel, and special sections.

Voestalpine is fully committed to the global climate goals, and its greentec steel program represents a clear plan for decarbonizing the production of steel.

As an environmentally friendly company, sustainable production processes, the responsible management of resources, and using environmentally friendly technologies have been an integral to company philosophy and operational activities. 



As part of the project RCK Slavonika 5.1 UP. Technical School Slavonski Brod organized teacher training on the topic of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP), in the field of Renewable Energy Sources. The education was held via the ZOOM application for three days in December 2020.

The lecturer was professor, doctor of science Mladen Bošnjaković, acting head of the Technical Department from the University of Slavonski Brod, to whom we would like to thank for the opportunity to use the presentations in teaching and education in the Erasmus+ KA2 project TESLA.


The following topics were covered:

 1. Fundamentals of geometric optics

2. CSP technologies

3. CSP with parabolic collectors

4. CSP with Fresnel collectors

5. CSP with a central tower

6. CSP with plate collectors

7. Application of CSP in industry

8. Impact of CSP power plants on the environment

9. Perspectives of CSP application in the EU and Croatia