#S52 The Baltic Sea Project- increasing science skills and awareness of sustainable development (BSP - science skills)

HA Sustainable development and bio-economy

The main project aims to unite ideas, capacities and tools to improve education for sustainable development and strengthen transnational networks based on local and regional educational actions at the Baltic Sea Region. Drawn upon previous experience (the BSP was established in 1989) the main project is expected to create added value for already existing cooperation and to motivate various actors from educational sectors to work for a common purpose. A unique mobile app jointly developed by all participating countries will be the main outcome of the main project. The ‘Baltic Sea Project Learner’s Guide’ app aims to give new approaches for education and research and disseminate knowledge about sustainable development among students. An important aspect of the project will be awareness-raising among partners from different sectors and disciplines.

 

Seed money project partnership

  • Tartu Environmental Education Centre (EE)
  • St. Petersburg state university of economics (FINEC) (RU)
  • Baltic Sea Project Sonderskov-Skolen (DK)
  • Lithuanian Centre of Non-formal Youth Education (LT)
  • Nacka Upper Secondary school (SE)
  • National Centre for Education (LV)
  • Baltic Sea Project Linnajoki school (secondary) (FI)
  • Associated Schools Network of UNESCO Germany (DE)
  • Konopnicka Secondary School Katowice – national coordinator of The Baltic Sea Project (PL)

 

Seed money project’s total budget: 44,831.00 EUR

 

Contact:

Ms Kersti Sõgel; tel: +372 5598 3328; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.