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The S.A.M.E. WORLD project (SUSTAINABILITY. AWARENESS.MOBILIZATION.ENVIRONMENT in the global education for EYD 2015) was born with the aim to raise students and teachers’ awareness on Environmental Justice, and its connections with Climate Change and environmental migrations. Its main purpose is to encourage critical understanding, sustainable ways of living and active citizenship practices.

Here below the main project output progress. Follow our updates!


Our Educational kit on Environmental Justice, Climate Change and Environmental Migrants is available online. It is translated in 12 languages and it contains useful sources for teachers who wish to tackle these issues at school.


We have designed a Blended course (online and face to face) on the topics of the project, with modules designed by educators and experts from 10 different EU Countries (Italy, Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia and Spain).

Follow this link to know more!


The online game "(Im)perfect future" is an alternative tool to communicate the contents of the project to the younger generations. The game will allow young users to understand the environmental impact of our actions in a fun way.

Click here to know more and start playing!


Our first International Seminar was held in Milan on the 21st of October: a wonderful opportunity to meet and exchange views for school and university teachers, students and educational authorities. The second meeting was held in Tartu, Estonia, the 26th and 27th of October 2016. It was a highly important moment to share opinions and ideas and to renew the overall commitment to the project.

The Final Seminar was hosted in Sintra, Portugal, on 25th and 26th of October!

Read our final recommendations


The website is ready, with useful information about the project and a private area for project partners. It hosts the Educational kit and our Online lessons for teachers, educators and parents!


Many workshops took place in the Countries involved, addressed to pupils from primary to secondary schools. Check the News from the project to find out more about the workshops in several Countries!


The Theater Play “In Alto Mare – Deep Water” has been staged for the first time in Milan inside the Expo area on the 20th and 22nd of October 2015. In 2016, 2017 and beginning of 2018 it was staged in front of other Italian, Hungarian, Slovenian and German pupils! Click here to find out more.


A contest involving more than 100 schools in different EU Countries: we collected inspiring practices on climate change, sustainable behaviours, migrations. The intenational selection ended in July and the winning class won a trip to Sintra, Portugal, to participate in the Final Seminar of the project.

Click here to know more!


Many inspiring outdoor visits and laboratories for youth and parents. Have a look at some photos!


We involved youth to collect, monitor, and disseminate cases of environmental injustice and environmental migrants’ issues through social networks. Have a look at our platform and give your contribution!


We looked for inspiring practices of Sustainability Education from Countries of the Global South: the result will be published together with the selected practice of the Contest for School. download the complete compendium here!


Find out the videos and animated gifs created to support the awareness-raising campaign on environmental justice, climate change and environmental migration.Thanks to the power of images, videos narrate stories of fight and raise awareness on the topics of environmental justice, climate change and the rights of environmental migrants. The Gifs summarise these topics in a simple, fun, and easy way.

Project co-funded by
the European Union

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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