Look back at our end of 2021 PULCHRA Project and School News.
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Authors: Premysl Stych, Josef Lastovicka, Natalia Kobliuk, Jan Svoboda and Daniel Paluba, EO4Landscape research team, Charles University, Prague, Czechia One of the important parts of the PULCHRA project is Earth Observation (EO). The experiences andRead more
PULCHRA students at the Heinrich-Heine Gymnasium organized a sustainability festival on June 22nd 2022. Students presented the results of their PULCHRA projects PULCHRA Student Poster Presentations PULCHRA Student Poster Presentations Students also presented the schoolRead more
In order to find out the reason why Limbaži residents do not dress in countless sweaters during the winter months and do not wear several socks from their grandmother, it was decided that the studentsRead more
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Students from T.G. Masaryka, Moravské Budějovice, Czech Republic have been working on project mission “New Park” as part of their PULCHRA project.
“Cities and Climate Change: new challenges for education at the school level” On November 7th, 2022, the PULCHRA project held a third all stakeholder workshop
Read all about the latest happenings in the PULCHRA Project. Find out about the experiences of PULCHRA country coordinators and stakeholders, hear
“Cities and Climate Change: new challenges for education at the school level” Monday 7 November 2022 PULCHRA schools, stakeholders, partners and all
The idea of the project was due to the need to set up an outdoor green classroom (Green Oasis) with urban beds,
Geitonas High School participated in the 2nd City Challenges round under the theme “Waste management for a circular economy”. The depletion of