A good climate for the planet in metropolitan schools

“Climate in metropolitan schools” is the largest educational project implemented in the Gdańsk-Gdynia-Sopot Metropolitan Area. In 40 primary and secondary schools in metropolitan areas, activities are being carried out to help students and their parents learn more about climate change and how to mitigate its effects in an accessible way.

Violent storms and downpours. Floods and flooding. Heat waves and long weeks without a drop of rain. All of us have experienced this, and these are just a few of the effects of climate change. There is nothing to wait for, we must act to help our Planet!

Do you know the saying “a drop digs a rock”? Each of us can add a drop that will help our planet mitigate the effects of climate change. Where? Right next to us in the garden at the house or school, on the lawn at the block, and even in the pot on the balcony. We suggest how to do it!

Climate in metropolitan schools:
40 partners - 5 types of investments

As many as 40 schools applied to participate in the project “Climate in metropolitan schools”. On their territory we will build one of the 5 objects of the so-called green-blue infrastructure. There will be: ground and box rain gardens, retention basins, green walls and composters.

Ground Rain Gardens

Box Rain Gardens

Retention basins

Green Walls

Composters

Here you can find out what will be built on the premises of partner schools:

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Climate in Metropolitan Schools:
support for teachers - competition for students

Teachers participating in the project “Climate in metropolitan schools” will be trained by experts in the field of green infrastructure and climate change. They will receive lesson scenarios on climate change and how to adapt to its effects. We promise, there will be no boredom!

Thats not the end. Get ready for the competitionLets protect the environment of the metropolis!” The winners will travel to Norway to see for themselves how the young people there care about the climate.

Climate in Metropolitan Schools - project participants

The project “Climate in metropolitan schools” involves as many as 40 schools, both from large cities and small towns of the Gdańsk-Gdynia-Sopot Metropolitan Area.

Miasto
Gdynia

Miasto
Gdańsk

Gmina Pruszcz Gdański

Miasto Pruszcz Gdański

Gmina
Pszczółki

Gmina
Trąbki Wielkie

Gmina
Suchy Dąb

Powiat
nowodworski

Gmina
Sztutowo

Gmina
Stegna

Gmina
Jastarnia

Miasto
Rumia

Miasto
Reda

Gmina
Kosakowo

Gmina
Linia

Gmina Wejherowo

Gmina Kolbudy

Miasto Malbork

Gmina Żukowo

Powiat wejherowski

Powiat pucki

Gmina Puck

Gmina Pelplin

Gmina Skarszewy

Powiat tczewski

Miasto Tczew

Gmina Somonino

Gmina Szemud

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Climate in Metropolitan Schools: donors and substantive partners

The project is implemented under the Environment, Energy and Climate Change programme. The funding comes from the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 and the state budget. OMGGS implements it in cooperation with the substantive partner Gdańskie Wody and with the foreign partner International Development Norway.

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