GAP International members collaborate on a number of international programmes, helping people live more sustainable lives all over the world. See below for a brief description on a selection of these projects, and click the title of each project for more information.
Our international projects include:
Water Explorer: an international water education and action programme for children aged between 8-14 years. Delivered in 12 countries, thousands of Water Explorer schools are taking bold and powerful action to save our precious water through fun, interactive water saving missions.
Goals4Good: helping young people identify and set personal goals that are good for them and good the wider world. Goals4Good brings together research on motivation, goal-setting, purpose and well-being to support young people to define what success means for them, set goals and create plans to achieve them.
FAct!: a project funded by EU within the Erasmus+ programme. It’s a participatory learning programme that empowers households to have more sustainable food habits.
Clearly Sustainable: a series of engaging and educational podcasts exploring the use of English words, terms and phrases used in the language of sustainability.
E.ON Environmental Champions: we engaged hundreds of E.ON employee volunteers and school students across four countries, inspiring them to lead the charge in reducing their schools’ energy consumption.
If you’re interested in becoming a GAP International member or have a collaborative opportunity to share with the network please contact: [email protected]