image Best practice e-book that features the success stories of all European winning schools in the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 competition rounds.

The energy education of young people is a vital and strategic component of bringing about long-term change in European citizens’ behaviour towards a smart and efficient use of energy resources. It provides an important contribution to achieving key European policy objectives on preventing climate change and building a future with sustainable, secure and affordable energy. This publication features the European winners of the competition in the categories of best energy efficiency measures at school, best teaching actions on efficient energy use, best school campaign on energy efficiency, and best practice beyond U4energy from other national competitions. The good practice examples in this publication demonstrate that using energy smartly has today become part of everyday life in many schools across Europe.

Type
report
Author
Emma Bluck, Aine Doris
Year
2012
Audience
educational authorities, general public, learners, parents, teachers
Related projects
U4energy
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