We make education for sustainable development easy for everyone, everywhere
what is that?
The Green Steps ARK is a platform for sustainability education.
Our aim is to make people more aware of their connection with nature and of their role in the ecosystem, with an intuitive and attractive design.
We built with educators and communities, making their mission easier and more effective with an handy tool.
How to use it?
Are you looking for an event in your area? Register on the ARK as a learner, book, pay, attend the event or the course of your choice, and keep track of your progress in your personale profile page. You will see your bioregional identity growing and get badges for every milstone reached on your learning path.
Are you a guide? Register on the ARK as an educator, share your best practices and learn from other guides already on the platform, while making your administrative and promotional tasks easier. Organize your event in a few clicks!
Does your community have sustainable development in their mission? Build your digital presence on the ARK and find out all the tools making managing members and reaching out to new participants way easier.
On the Health Benefits of the Mobile Campus
The Green Steps Mobile Campus is online and you are welcome to book single sessions in the Spring program which started on March 27th or weekly courses of the Summer program which will start on July 4. Grow your empathy for nature – one exciting step at a time! Choose between two age specific activity formats and 20 routes crisscrossing St. Pölten, taking you to corners you have never been and showing you perspectives, you have never imagined. Learn in this article why participating in the Mobile Campus is good for your health and the wellbeing of your children.
Earth Day 2022 – On Pirates, Snakes and Snails
Earth Day 2022. We are again on the prowl to restore the planet – the last Plastic Pirates activity of the season took a courageous crew into the wild where we loot 54 kg of waste from a plot which is supposedly owned by a transnational real estate tycoon, while fighting off the rain. Rain is what snails love, so they turn into a major attraction as well as a young grass snake which we discover in a large plastic tarp.