Effects of one's own actions on the climate
The traveling exhibition “Klimaladen” (Climate Shop) offers young people aged ten and over the opportunity to deal with the effects of their own actions on the climate in a technically sound and playful way and to strengthen their sense of responsibility.
At five different stations covering the topics of electronics & digitization, mobility, nutrition, fashion, energy & circular economy, the young people can find out more, expand on what they have learned and make digital purchases in line with their habits. In the climate store, however, not only euros but also climate points are spent in the process. The budget is limited, so it quickly becomes clear what we can afford and at what ” price for the climate “. To ensure that the new knowledge finds its way into everyday life, there are tips and a “habit tracker” to take home.
Schools and other interested institutions can borrow the climate store.
For ten years, its predecessor, which was awarded Germany’s highest municipal climate protection prize in 2015 and the UNESCO Decade Prize for ESD, toured schools in the state of Salzburg, as well as the districts of Traunstein and Berchtesgadener Land. More than 10,000 students have passed through the “old” climate store. In 2021, the freshly relaunched Klimaladen took off anew: Compact and updated, playful and technically sound.
Since October 2021, the new climate store can be borrowed from EUREGIO. The website also provides further information on the setup, background knowledge and much more.
Involved in the project:
- Klimabündnis Österreich – Zweigstelle Salzburg
- Landkreis Berchtesgadener Land
- Biosphärenregion Berchtesgadener Land
- WirtschaftsförderungsGmbH des Landkreises Traunstein
- Regionalverband Salzburger Seenland
- Implementation: Eva Zangerle
- Project start: 01.06.2020
- Project end: 31.10.2021
- EU-funding: € 18.720
The project was financially supported by the EU program Interreg V A Österreich/Bayern 2014 – 2020
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