Erasmus+
Sustainable Development

Feel­ing power­less in our time with cli­mate change? Our pro­ject Local and global approaches to live­able live­styles” takes a prag­matic approach to the most burn­ing issue of our time: sus­tain­able devel­op­ment. Stu­dents will be look­ing for ways to imple­ment a sus­tain­able life­style them­selves, influ­ence their own com­munit­ies and policy makers regard­ing food pro­duc­tion, diets, con­sumer­ism, traffic and energy use. They will learn about the cli­mate chal­lenges and solu­tions across Europe. 

This Erasmus+ school exchange part­ner­ship involves five upper sec­ond­ary schools from Aus­tria, Fin­land, Hun­gary, Italy, and Wales, the UK with stu­dents aged 15 to 17 years. The par­ti­cipants will col­lab­or­ate vir­tu­ally online using Twin­Space and meet face-to-face in pro­ject meet­ings in each coun­try. 20 pupils from the BRG Klosterneuburg are taking part in this pro­ject which lasts from Septem­ber 2019 until August 2021.