This course serves as a springboard for educators looking to have a deep understanding of sustainability and responsible living and instill this into their students. Beginning with a foundational understanding of the prevailing environmental challenges, participants will engage in a journey of personal and professional growth towards becoming ambassadors of sustainable living. The curriculum is designed to not only impart knowledge but to foster a shift in attitudes and behaviors conducive to a sustainable lifestyle, both personally and professionally.


  • Acquire a solid understanding of sustainable development, sustainable living, and responsible consumption.
  • Learn how to teach and instill these subjects into students, to form sustainable and eco-conscious societies.
  • Delve into the science and economics of climate change, exploring the implications of our current linear growth paradigm.
  • Learn effective strategies for reducing, reusing, and recycling to mitigate environmental impacts.
  • Explore alternative transportation options, sustainable grocery shopping practices, and eco-conscious fashion choices.
  • Develop a toolkit of practical, engaging, and interactive resources to effectively teach sustainability concepts to students.

Course Options:

  • 20 hours (1 week): Classes from Monday to Friday
  • 40 hours (2 weeks): Classes from Monday to Friday

Overview of activities to be carried out:

  • Eco-Course classes (5 days)
  • 2 Afternoon activities: Guided tours, museums and cultural activities

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  • 20h (1 week): €350 per person.
  • 40h (2 weeks): €700 per person.
  • Including all material + 2 Extracurricular activities (free and optional).

Deep dive into activities:

  • Eco-Course Classes: Engage in dynamic sessions exploring the core themes of sustainability, including climate change awareness, responsible consumption, and ecological footprint reduction.
  • Afternoon Activities: Participate in guided tours to local museums and cultural sites, emphasizing the environmental narrative and showcasing successful sustainability initiatives.
  • Practical Exercises: Undertake hands-on exercises, group projects, and interactive discussions to apply learned concepts in real-world contexts.
  • Digital Climate Action: Utilize digital tools to enhance understanding and engagement in outdoor activities focused on climate action and sustainable practices.
  • Resource Development: Create a personalized toolbox filled with fact-based information, statistics, videos, case studies, and adaptable exercises to facilitate the integration of sustainability themes into your teaching practice.


  • Reflection Paper: Reflect on personal lifestyle changes and developed competencies in teaching environmental sustainability.
  • Resource Portfolio: Submit a portfolio of developed teaching resources demonstrating the integration of sustainability concepts into educational materials.
  • Group Project Presentation: Collaborate on a project addressing a specific sustainability challenge, presenting findings and solutions to peers.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be well-equipped with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to promote sustainable living and responsible consumption among their students. They will be prepared to inspire a new generation of environmentally conscious individuals poised to contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future.