Clean air curriculum as a bas for clean environment Erasmus Project

General information for the Clean air curriculum as a bas for clean environment Erasmus Project

Clean air curriculum as a bas for clean environment Erasmus Project
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Project Title

Clean air curriculum as a bas for clean environment

Project Key Action

This project related with these key action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project Action Type

This project related with this action type : Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training

Project Call Year

This project’s Call Year is 2017

Project Topics

This project is related with these Project Topics: Environment and climate change; New innovative curricula/educational methods/development of training courses; Health and wellbeing

Project Summary

A large portion of households in EU countries continue using sold fuels (coal and wood) for space heating. In Poland alone the number of single family houses using coal and wood for heating exceeds 4 million buildings. Low quality coal and wood remain the cheapest source of heat energy. They are often mixed with waste, which significantly aggravates the problem and health effects.

As the problem of air pollution concerns all EU countries it required applying a transnational approach including, cooperation between the countries, experience sharing and development of joint measures. Not only because the sources of air pollution and required solutions to the problem are similar, but also because air pollution has a strong transboundary character. Project partners came mainly from one of the most serious European hot spots, i.e. CEE area. Participation of Spain allowed dissemination of project products and results to other parts of the EU, beyond CEE.

The objective of this project was to raise awareness of rural communities in the countries covered by the project about the problem of air pollution, its reasons, health effects and possible solutions that can be taken by inhabitants in order to mitigate the problem and reduce local air pollution. This objective was achieved by providing training for teachers from rural areas in the topic of air pollution and equipping them with education materials that they will use to teach their pupils and students about the problem. The project focused on rural areas due to the fact that public awareness of the problem is much lower among rural communities compared with inhabitants of larger cities. Therefore, the project responded to awareness and education gap that is the most serious within rural areas.

EU Grant (Eur)

Funding of the project from EU: 269528 Eur

Project Coordinator


Project Partners

  • New Edu,n.o
  • Ciste nebe o.p.s.