Green Europe Entrepreneurs

The GEE project has developed learning packs which provide pupils with a range of meaningful real-world experiences linking the classroom with business and entrepreneurship and teacher training and support which enhances the ability of teachers to teach entrepreneurship. The themes are waste and food, diversity, plastics problems and sustainable towns and cities.

The GEE project has been created to help schools develop their pupils’ skills and competencies so they can play an active role in developing the green economy. GEE supports teachers to do this using learning outside the classroom and real world learning and provides:

  • Learning packs which provide pupils with a range of meaningful real-world experiences linking the classroom with business and entrepreneurship
  • Teacher training and support which enhances the ability of teachers to teach entrepreneurship.
  • Business case studies: They develop the skills and competencies of pupils to rethink business models in-line with the need to build a green economy.
  • Green business plans

The modules comprise the following themes:

  • Waste – Food
  • Diversity gives strength
  • The plastics problem
  • Sustainable towns and cities

There is also an assessment tool for teachers. The materials are available in English, Spanish, Romanian, Latvian and Bulgarian.