If you want to know about what the EU does, how it all started and how it works, or if you want to debate EU policies more in details, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here.
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Take this quiz on climate issues and become a climate hero!
Explore the interactive site “Our planet, our future” to learn about the science of climate change, what's happening across the EU and how we can all do our bit to fight climate change. In addition, the Teacher’s Hub contains a selection of classroom exercises and relevant materials.
An educational toolkit providing fresh ideas and background information for classroom sessions on sustainability issues is available for secondary school teachers. The toolkit was developed as part of the Green Trip campaign, promoting sustainable projects and lifestyles among young Europeans.
These 2-4 minutes videos invite you to discover various climate-related topics, such as causes and consequences of climate change, EU climate action, Paris Agreement, climate neutrality by 2050, etc.
In Europe, energy is ubiquitous in our daily lives, supplying power to everything around us without us even realising it: heating for our homes, lighting for our buildings, power for public transport, enabling us to play video games, re-charge our smartphones, and so on. All these and many other measures require energy, but where does it come from? What is a kilowatt hour? What are renewable sources of energy?
Discover the answers to these questions through these short videos, also ideal for starting a discussion on the topic in the classroom.
There is no time to waste as climate change is affecting, in one way or another, all of us. This video will guide you around 10 global climate facts, including how the EU is trying to both have an impact on the climate and create opportunities for people’s life and economy.
Cities contain a lot of biodiversity, it is important that we protect it because we need it for our quality of life, our clean air, our food and water and our mental health. Make space for nature. This booklet contains 52 suggestions on how to support urban biodiversity throughout the year.
Challenge your friends to a game about biodiversity. You will learn some interesting things about nature and how to protect it along the way. Why not paint some pebbles different colours and use them for counters or maybe you have even better ideas. Let your imagination go wild.
The EU is committed to the Paris Agreement on climate change which was reached on 12 December 2015. The agreement presents an action plan to limit global warming to 'well below' 2°C and it covers the period from 2020 onwards.