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Green Steps - Library - Good reads about our planet

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Our Library

Good reads for you, your child and the planet

Behind Green Steps: Leire Vaneeckhaute Lucas

Team Intro

Meet Leire! Our new animal-lover ESC volunteer from Spain


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Meet Jaba Jabauri, the new ESC volunteer of Green Steps from Georgia.

Workaway Experience at Green Steps and Youth Competences


Read about the new Workaway volunteering program with Green Steps and the importance of informal learning to develop useful competences in our modern society.

Nature Guide Training Level 1 starting on June 10th


Interested in bringing a positive contribution to our planet by becoming a Nature Guide, but don’t know where to start from? Read the following article and join on 10th of June our 3 weeks online Nature Guide Training Level 1! There are already 9 enrolled participants coming from different parts of the world, from Taiwan, Georgia, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy and of course Austria.

On the road

Milla's Year of ESC Volunteering: A Journey with Green Steps!

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Milla is about to complete her ESC-volunteership with Green Steps! This article highlights a year of her growth, learning, and contributions during this time.

One Year of Volunteering with Green Steps!

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Elena is about to complete her ESC-volunteership with Green Steps! This is an article about her adventures, outcomes and achievements.

New Best Practices: Soviet Union and the Balkans ecoregions


Two new regional best practices show the impact of ecoregions on peace and good governance. Ignorance towards bioregional entities almost always leads to conflict and oppression. In our new best practices on the Balkans region and the former Soviet Union, we show the eco-and bioregions are the structure for a post-national world order.

BFG Guardian Workshops for schools online!


Just in time for the start of the warm season, we have completed the last of 10 workshops to help schools get started with and scale place-based education. What is place-based education and why is it the only viable way out of the education and climate crisis? How can you start the project at your school? Get some answers here.

On Ecosystem Services provided by Trees for Butterflies and Amphibians


Every week or so we add a new regional Best Practice of place-based education to the global library - get inspired and create similar events, wherever you support kids and youth to get in touch with Mother Earth! This week we introduce two formats that teach about the migration of butterflies and toads; as well as their dependencies on trees.

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