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.
During the last week of September, Mountaineering Association Tara welcomed their fellow project partners for the transnational Erasmus SEE project, which took place in the Tara National Park in Serbia. The goal of these exchange meetings is to gather input & methodologies to include environmental education and sustainability principles in outdoor sports training programs.
This week, the SEE project partners will meet for the first time for an exchange meeting. After conducting a number of surveys at the earlier stages of the project in which the challenges with outdoor sports in National Parks and Protected Area's have been inventoried and analyzed, the project is entering a new phase in which several exchange programs will take place.
The aim of the "Sustainability and Environmental Education in Outdoor Sports" (SEE) Erasmus Plus project is to provide good pedagogical methodologies that will increase the competences in sustainability and environmental education of multipliers...