GAP International members collaborate on a number of international programmes, helping people live more sustainable lives all over the world. See below for a brief description on a selection of these projects, and click the title of each project for more information.
Both inside the classroom and out, students from across the world can make a powerful impact on saving our precious water. How will you help?
SUPER Stories – Trip to a Dutch Farm
Nestled in the Dutch countryside is a farm that proves just how well sustainable farming practices can work.
There's a lot of talk about sustainability, but what does it actually mean? Explore a series of podcasts explaining just that.
CEF and The SUPER Project
Two GAP International organisations teamed up to train staff how to work with local communities to become more sustainable.
Goals for Good
We're often told that having stuff makes us successful. Learn how much more there is to your happiness.
Our international projects include:
Water Explorer: An international water education and action programme for children aged 8-14 years. Delivered in 12 countries, thousands of Water Explorer schools are taking bold and powerful action to save our precious water through fun and interactive water-saving missions.
Goals for Good: This project is focused on helping young people identify and set personal goals that are good for both them and the wider world. Goals for Good brings together research on motivation, goal-setting, purpose, and well-being to support young people in defining what success means for them, ultimately giving them the tool kit for setting goals and creating plans to achieve them.
FAct!: Fact! is a project funded by the EU within the Erasmus+ programme. It’s a participatory learning programme that empowers households to develop more sustainable food habits.
Clearly Sustainable: This project consists of a series of engaging and educational podcasts exploring the use of English words, terms, and phrases used in the language of sustainability.
E.ON Environmental Champions: We engaged hundreds of E.ON employee volunteers and school students across four countries, inspiring them to lead the charge in reducing their school’s energy consumption.
If you’re interested in becoming a GAP International member or have a collaborative opportunity to share with the network please contact us at [email protected].