BioBeo Collaboration


CircularCityChallenge develops a competition-based approach to educating functional urban design in support of circular systems and the use of nature-based solutions. The project intends to design curricula for teenagers in different school types, resulting in an improved education on circularity. CircularCityChallenge is part of the ERA-NET Urban Transformation capacities which has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 101003758 (FFG grant agreement No. 42073329).


Launched in November 2022, GenB is a 30-month project focused on bioeconomy and funded by the EU Horizon Europe research & innovation programme. The aim of the project is to raise awareness on Bioeconomy building on communication and education that encourage and reward young BIOVOICES to take a role in steering the transition towards more sustainable lifestyles. The project will therefore involve young people with the overall objective of inspiring and encouraging future generations to demonstrate awareness, sensitivity, and interest in environmental issues, sustainability, and circularity.

Foundation for Environmental Education​

The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is one of the world’s largest Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) organisations, with over 100 member organisations in 80 countries. With a network of over 60,000 educational institutions, the Eco-Schools, Learning About Forests and Young Reporters for the Environment programmes empower young people to create an environmentally conscious world through experiential, project-based learning. The Green Key and Blue Flag programmes are globally recognized for promoting sustainable business practices and the protection of natural resources.