There is No Planet B

Course summary

Porto, Portugal

6 days

Erasmus+ KA1


How can Climate Change Education and Environmental Sustainability be part of the school curriculum?

First of all, climate change education provides an important window into individual and societal responsibility.

This course is designed to introduce climate change education for sustainable development across the curriculum, on multiple subjects. We all need to understand how and what to teach about the complex forces driving climate change as well as its impacts on the culture, safety and well-being of our lives and the ones to come (future generations).

We all have to change.

Objectives: Teachers have an essential role when it comes topush forward a whole-school response to climate change. That includes addressing climate and sustainability across the curriculum, build upon the participatory learning approaches called for by education for sustainable development, move learning out of the classroom and into the community.

NEW PROGRAM – More practical and dynamic! Filled with outdoor activities, expeditions, museums and real-life cases/situations.

There is no planet b erasmusplus

Upcoming Dates

Pricing Details

Our pricing policy follows the official regulations on transparent costs.

The costs can be supported with a KA grant under the Erasmus+ programme.

Course fee: 580 euros per participant (6-day course).


  • Learning Together’s Welcome Kit;
  • A Daily Program designed by our trainers;
  • Welcome Dinner to meet your new colleagues;
  • Social and Cultural Heritage Activities integrated into networking and social dynamics:
    • Cultural Heritage Day: Guided Porto visit;
    • Hop On & Hop Off Tour Bus;
    • 6 Bridges River Cruise;
    • Visit to the Port Wine Cellars & Wine Tasting Experience.
  • Daily Coffee Break;
  • Logistic, organizational and administrative support from headquarters;
  • Daily assistance and on-call support throughout the whole week.

Course Objetives

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain how the concept of sustainability applies at a local, regional, national and global level;

  • Explain how systems theory applies to sustainability;

  • Explain the concepts of ecological and carbon footprint, as well as personal footprints;

  • Analyse the effects of humans on the planet – past, present and future;

  • Create and implement a plan to reduce personal/school, ecological or carbon footprints (energy, waste, water, and transportation);

  • Identify and compare strategies to influence behavioural change;

  • Create/continue to implement an action plan to make schools and communities more sustainable;

  • Develop language and social marketing skills;

  • Share best practices and peer experiences;

  • Teamwork and collaboration.

*Daily Program to be updated according to number of participants

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