Education can play a vital role in enabling young people to understand and acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to address the global challenges that they will increasingly face during their lives. Education for sustainability tackles issues such as climate change, sustainable transportation, cultural preservation and features increasingly in national and EU level education policies and actions.

The 2022 Council Recommendation encourages the inclusion of

learning for the green transition and sustainable development as one of the priority areas in education and training policies and programmes.

GreenComp, the European sustainability competence framework, aims to equip both educators and learners with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to live more sustainably through changing patterns of consumption and production, by embracing healthier lifestyles, and contributing to a more sustainable economy and society.

The European School Education Platform wants to know what teachers (formal and non-formal) think about sustainability education in schools by completing this short survey before 30 April 2024.The results will be published on the European School Education Platform.