Local Agenda 21 - School Agenda 21

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The School Agenda 21 is an educational project which, in the context of commitment to sustainable development, aims to bring the city to the classroom, offering the possibility to develop the local perspective and favour the involvement of the educational community in municipal life. This initiative has contributed to the progress of Vitoria-Gasteiz towards a model city and territory which is more respectful towards biodiversity and natural heritage; more efficient in resource consumption: water, energy, raw materials; less generative of waste; and much more cooperative and inhabitable.

In Vitoria-Gasteiz this initiative was carried out for the first time in the academic year 2001-2002, by the Environmental Studies Centre of the City Council.

Programme from the academic year 2018-2019

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2017-2018

Programmes from previous academic years

Poster of the Agenda 21

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2017-2018

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2016-2017

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2015-2016

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2014-2015

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2013-2014

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2012-2013

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2011-2012 Secondary level / Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2011-2012 Primary level

Evaluation of School Agenda 21, year 2010-2011

More information

> Information about School Agenda 21 on the Basque Government website(Opens in new window)

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