About the project

The Carbon Act project aims to empower educators and students across Europe to address climate change through education. By promoting climate literacy, we seek to inspire informed decision-making and proactive behaviours that support sustainability and resilience.

Carbon Act's mission is to create a lasting impact on climate change education by developing best practices, teaching materials, and comprehensive guidelines. These resources are designed to directly support teachers in their classrooms and influence policy and research at a systemic level.

Building upon the achievements of past educational initiatives, Carbon Act introduces innovative practices in climate education. We leverage successful models like Project-Based Learning and Inquiry-Based Science Education (IBSE) to create engaging, interdisciplinary learning experiences. These methods not only make learning more dynamic and student-centered, but also establish a clear connection between classroom activities and the real-world climate challenges we face.

By fostering collaboration among European educators, researchers, and policymakers, Carbon Act aims to mainstream climate education and ensure its widespread adoption.


Get ready to educate on climate change and delve into the Carbon Act project resources!

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Carbon Act MOOC


Are you a teacher who wants to make a difference on climate change? Enroll in the "Carbon Act MOOC: Innovative Teaching for Climate Solutions", a transformative course designed to empower educators with the knowledge and tools to tackle one of the most urgent challenges of our time: climate change. Read more


Carbon Act curriculum analysis report


This report offers a simple overview of climate change education in European countries and provides valuable insights for schools and educators wishing to implement quality sustainability education.

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The Partners

The project is implemented by a Consortium of four partners, and supported by the STE(A)M Partnerships programme of Scientix.


European Schoolnet (coordinator)

EUNEuropean Schoolnet (EUN) is a network of 30+ Ministries of Education based in Brussels, dedicated to transforming education in Europe to meet the demands of 21st-century digitalised societies. We support ministries of education, schools, teachers, industry partners, and other educational stakeholders to identify and test innovative educational practices, share evidence of their impact, and promote mainstream teaching and learning methods aligned with contemporary standards.


The Gothenburg Region 


The Gothenburg Region (GR) consists of 13 municipalities that have chosen to work together. We run development projects, have authority assignments, research, organize training courses and are the voice of the metropolitan region in Western Sweden, among many other things. In our networks, politicians and civil servants meet to exchange experiences, brainstorm ideas and decide on joint ventures.


Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences 


The mission of the Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences is to study Earth processes and carry out geophysical monitoring, act for the benefit of society and economic development, develop strategic research infrastructure, and educate future leaders of the science community. Science communication and education are important parts of the Institute's activities and help to bridge the gap between the research, education and society.


Center for the Promotion of Science - CPN

CPNThe Center for the Promotion of Science (CPN)  is a public institution established in 2010 by the Serbian Ministry of Science and charged with promoting science and technology. In accordance with its mandate, the Center implements programmes and activities by working with research and educational institutions in Serbia and around the world, and it also works closely with the ministries in the Serbian Government, the media and the private sector.



Interested in the Carbon Act project and want to learn more? Reach out to us at carbonact@eun.org.


Carbon Act is funded by the European Union (Grant Agreement No. 101089957). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.