Resources for NBS Education

NBS EduDirectory - The resource landscape of NBS Education

This repository provides a comprehensive list of available resources, including guidance, reports, tools, and services developed around education about NBS. These NBS education resources and materials were discovered through EU-funded online repositories and through desk research. It is updated annually. You can also consult it as a database on PowerBI.

Have a look at further resources repositorites of the NBS and the education communities at the NBS EduHub.

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Urbinat NBS Catalogue - Education

Description of panels held by Urbinat project on the topic NBS & Education

Topic: Urban Regeneration

Educational Level: Primary Education

Language:  English

Organisation: Urbinat project output


Vanhankaupunginlahti, Old Town Bay - Finland

A nature trail “The Lap of nature” designed specially for providing well-being benefits, was built

Topic: Biodiversity

Educational Level: Adult Learning

Language:  English

Organisation: The City of Helsinki and Government



Platform with educational resources and tools for both teachers and students. The website contains videos, games and educational activities adapted to work in the classroom.

Topic: Biodiversity

Educational Level: Teacher Education

Language:  French

Organisation: Paris Museum of Natural History


Waldorf kindergarten vegetable community garden

The initiative group from Timisoara, formed after the permaculture sessions supported by the Romanian Permaculture Association, contributed to the creation of a vegetable garden in the courtyard of the Waldorf Kindergarten. The garden is a source of fresh vegetables for the morning snack of children and space for them to learn about gardening and plants.

Topic: Health & Well-Being

Educational Level: Early Childhood Education

Language:  English

Organisation: The initiative group from Timisoara


Waste Management of The Food Industry – Hazards, Risks and Solutions

In this Learning Scenario, students will take action to turn an urban challenge such as food waste into a solution for their communities’ socio-economic development. This Learning Scenario was developed as part of the Integrating Nature-Based Solutions in Education project, funded by the European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation and coordinated by PPMI, in collaboration with European Schoolnet (EUN).

Topic: Green Space Management

Educational Level: Secondary Education

Language:  Dutch English French German Greek Italian Lithuanian Polish Portuguese Romanian Slovak Spanish Swedish

Organisation: European Schoolnet

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