• ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • Percussion by Vincent and Marc , © by Alex Spineanu
    Percussion by Vincent and Marc
  • Drums at the final event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    Drums at the final event 2014
  • Austrian ESFALP participants, © by Alex Spineanu
    Austrian ESFALP participants
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014
  • ESFALP Final Event 2014, © by Alex Spineanu
    ESFALP Final Event 2014

European Schools for A Living Planet

What is ESFALP?
From 2008 to 2014 an exciting intercultural and international network of teachers and young people from eleven European countries were taking action in their communities for a more fair and sustainable world.

Participants came from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine.

The main focus of „European Schools for a Living Planet”, the school environment initiative of WWF and ERSTE Foundation, was on bringing together teachers and pupils, encouraging them to assume responsibility for Europe’s environment and nature and to take joint action to shape the future of Europe in a sustainable way.  

The initiative placed emphasis on fostering solidarity between geographic regions and societies, rather than on political borders. Pupils and teachers gathered to address three topics, crucial at both local and global level:
•   The Danube, its significance as Europe’s artery, and the
    threats it faces;
•   The „Ecological Footprint” and the many ways in which each of
   us can contribute to the sustainable use of the earth’s r
   esources;
•   „Active Citizenship” – Mobilising and Motivating: How can I
   express and hold my opinion in public and how can I motivate
   others to take action.

Here you can find the school projects of each ESFALP year:

school projects of ESFALP 6 (school year 2013/14)
PDF-Dokument, 15,67 MB ESFALP Broschüre

school projects ESFALP 5 (school year 2012/13)
PDF-Dokument, 5,23 MB School Projects of ESFALP 5

school projects ESFALP 4 (school year 2011/12)
PDF-Dokument, 8,03 MB Schulprojekte ESFALP 2011/2012

school project ESFALP 3 (school year 2010/11)
PDF-Dokument, 7,55 MB School Projects of ESFALP 3

school projects ESFALP 2 (school year 2009/10)
PDF-Dokument, 6,99 MB School Projects of ESFALP 2

school projects ESFALP 1 (school year 2008/09)
PDF-Dokument, 5,25 MB School Projects of ESFALP 1

On 2nd October 2014 the school teams created the very special ESFALP River Action Day : "Together for Rivers" was the slogan of more than 1000 young people from 11 countries on the same day! Photos of the river actions!
PDF-Dokument, 2,15 MB ESFALP River Action Day summary of activities

Watch this!
An inspirational video from the Final Event 2012 in Romania:



A short film overview about the ESFALP process:



Great support!
We thank the ERSTE Stiftung for their support they provided to make ESFALP thrive!

If you have questions please contact Danica Bauer Thank you!