Based on the logic of the LORET tool, a piece of wooded land owned by the Gotland municipality in the vicinity of the school was chosen as the focus our work on local sustainability: a school forest.
Beyond pandemics: via glacier, environmental ethics and tourism to human-induced climate change.
The Climate House aims to be a meeting arena for sharing, reflection and action on climate change. This ambition aligns well with the SEAS project’s objectives.
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus and therewith linked measures by the Austrian government made it necessary for the Austrian local network to adapt to a changing environment.
As 126 students at Kuben secondary school were experimenting with change in their own lives the world was hit by the largest change experiment in decades; the COVID-19 pandemic. Being able to take perspectives on change suddenly became very relevant as the impacts of and the responses to the pandemic also made its way to Oslo.
The SEAS blog focuses on current research and activities in the intersection between scientific literacy, open schooling and sustainability challenges when students collaborate with families and stakeholders from civil society and industry in becoming agents of community well-being.