Practical climate education is key to understand and change. Important efforts are required to be made for bringing environmental climate education to one of the top priorities for a global response providing new patterns of behavior towards the climate.
Bioclimatic Park 27 ha area demonstrates restored links between natural sources (water, soil, biodiversity and climate) and economic interest of the land as a whole. The long term focus is to create a demonstration area for nature-based climate change adaptation measures in rural land.
Our activities in this area include workshops, team buildings, learning programs, volunteer programs, best practice sharing for various target groups.