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Good reads for you, your child and the planet

Presentation of Pilot Project in St. Pölten


Green Steps presented on Sep 23 its pilot project on transforming cities into learning spaces to a local audience and invited to a panel discussion on the future of education.

Big Friendly Giants @ Center for Architecture Vienna


The renowned Center for Architecture Vienna presents our pilot project BIG FRIENDLY GIANTS on Oct 13th. The project aims at the transformation of cities into outdoor learning spaces and is supported by an app which boost ecological intelligence.


Mobile Campus

The Mobile Campus in the city of Sankt Pölten started its fall cycle on September 23th. Outdoor education is an opportunity to turn daily actions into sound habits, which instilled at an early age create lasting harmony between human and non-human nature.

Sonnenpark with an intergenerational class - REVIEW

Activity  Review

Last Monday we facilitated a treasure hunt in Sonnenpark with an intergenerational class. The adverse weather and the enthusiasm of the children made us think once again about Natural Deficit Disorder and its potential solutions.



A book by the German forester Peter Wohlleben explains clearly why we at Green Steps focus our educational efforts on trees. Only those who know trees are able to protect them. Only those who know about their ecosystem services, which are vital for us, can appreciate them.

How to add a RIP tag on a tree specimen?


An important functionality of our tree inventory is online: the RIP tag. even though we don't want to use it often its essential to empower citizen driven transparency in regard to trees which have been logged without consent of people concerned.

Ancient trees in danger - your membership in Green Steps can protect them


Dear all, this extraordinary article has a special reason: we want to get you as supporters of a cause that concerns us all. Needless to say that this is important, so pls give us your full attention. You might soon face a similar situation in your hometown.

R.I.P. Monumental lime tree felled in Ochsenburg.


St. Pölten, 21 July, 2022. Tilia platyphyllos felled under the castle Ochsenburg. We are in shock. The tree was at least 200 years old and had a trunk circumference of 530 cm - making it one of the five largest linden trees in St. Pölten. Our suspicion that the city administration unscrupulously sacrifices old tree giants for the benefit of urban development has been dramatically confirmed by this case.

A day with Campus Radio 94.4


On the 12th of July, Sophia and Kimberly, from Campus & City Radio 94.4 (CR 94.4), invited us for an interview in their studio. We talked about the history of Green Steps, our local and global mission to connect people with nature, and what our daily job as nature guides is like!

what do they say about us?