After the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, we have in the area of ​​Marburg-Biedenkopf begun to build step by step, the institu-tional and curricular cornerstone of an integrated regional approach to a 'formation in turning times'. Now, after 20 years of development work and the current "Fukushima experience" proves our common educational project - linked to similar initiatives in China, Russia and Mongolia - as a structurally shaped high current "political-educational work of art.""/>








Submitted by: Philipps-Universität Marburg, Projekt "Bildungs für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung"
Implemented country: Germany
Title: GNI-study project Philipps - University Marburg, nature and environmental education center youth Waldheim Rossberg

After the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, we have in the area of ​​Marburg-Biedenkopf begun to build step by step, the institu-tional and curricular cornerstone of an integrated regional approach to a 'formation in turning times'. Now, after 20 years of development work and the current "Fukushima experience" proves our common educational project - linked to similar initiatives in China, Russia and Mongolia - as a structurally shaped high current "political-educational work of art."



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