Project Number: 2022-1-FI01-KA220-SCH-000090192
Financing Program: Erasmus+
Project Website: Available soon

Short Description

This project operates on the basis of the United Nations Goal for Sustainable Development no13 which aims at strengthening communities’ capacity to cope, in the form of resilience planning, boosting investment and in aiming towards equitable and sustainable outcomes. For CORE, the main goal is to achieve environmental sustainability and prosperity while facilitating economic and entrepreneurial growth as well, and not foster one in spite of the other.


  • Enabling children for change in the future by not relying on existing knowledge but by having the mindset for resourceful alternatives that guarantee quality of life and business

  • Engaging students, educators and the wider community on the changes needed for a successful transition to become climate neutral by 2050

  • Cultivating competences & future-oriented modules in line with the New European Bauhaus initiative for the incorporation of Green Deal into everyday experiences

  • Country Reports on the current levels of Environmental and Entrepreneurial Education in schools and Policies in each country and in the EU in general culminating into a Research Report

  • Innovative Educational Modules regarding how to exercise resilient entrepreneurship through practicing Carbon Offsetting piloted in schools

  • Virtual Enterprise Workshops for students

  • Online Resource Library

  • Hackathon on Virtual Enterprise Practice and Carbon Offsetting

  • 500 students participating in the pilots workshops and final Hackathon

  • 100 educators trained & involved

  • Online Resource Library with original material (translated and localized) on innovative Entrepreneurial Education of the Future and Attractive Environmental Education (EE)

  • Increased Attractiveness of EE

  • Εnabling children to drive transformation and change in the future

  • Students becoming capable citizens of tomorrow with confidence and skills to face future challenges

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