The Sustainability and Outdoor Education (SEE) project aims to enhance the protection of natural landscapes through education on responsible outdoor behaviour across Europe. This will be achieved through collaboration between outdoor sports professionals and conservation organisations across Europe.
From 13th - 15th November 2023, the SEE partnership (Sustainability and Environmental Education in outdoor sports project) is inviting representatives from outdoor sports and nature conservation to network, share ideas and inspiring initiatives to make outdoor sports more sustainable and protect the places we love. If your organisation has been involved in some aspect of innovative sustainable or environmental education practices, then we would love to hear about it and share your ideas with others.
The partners of the Sustainability and Environmental Education in Outdoor Sports project (SEE) invite you to attend the final Project Learning Symposium in Munich from the 13th – to 15th of November, 2023. The main program scheduled for the 14th of November.
The SEE Project aims to enhance the protection of natural landscapes through education in and through sport with special focus on responsible outdoor behaviour and skills development for outdoor sports leaders, trainers, guides, or instructors.
During the SEE Learning Symposium, hosted at the beautiful Burg Schwaneck just outside of Munich, attendees will learn about today’s challenges and opportunities regarding outdoor sports practiced in (protected) natural areas and how to address these through newly developed training methodologies in outdoor sports education.
Last week 13 selected training providers met in La Seu d’Urgell for an intensive two-day train-the-trainer program with the leaders from each project partner of the SEE project. The 13 training providers from 8 different EU countries, represented outdoor sports like hiking, climbing, mountaineering, surfing, swimming, sailing, canoeing, mountain biking, caving, and orienteering.