Teachers want and need encouraging visions of the future, not disaster scenarios. Because environmental issues and climate change are often discussed in the context of catastrophes: from species extinction to floods and glacier melting, to virus pandemics and forest fires. In response to future anxiety and climate concerns, the concept of CultureNature Literacy (CNL) focuses on cultural sustainability.
Project title: CultureNature Literacy (CNL): Schulische Schlüsselkompetenzen für Europas Zukunftsgestaltung im Anthropozän | CultureNature Literacy (CNL): Curricular key competences for shaping Europe's future in the Anthropocene
Project ID: 2022-1-AT01_KA220-HED-00085025
Program: Erasmus+ KA220-HED
Project type: Cooperation partnerships in higher education
Project start: 1.11.2022
Project end: 31.10.2025
Co-funded by the European Union
Participant countries: Austria, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia
Project lead: Univ.-Prof. HR MMag. DDr. Erwin Rauscher, erwin.rauscher(at)ph-noe.ac(dot)at
Project management: Prof. Dr. Michaela Tscherne, BEd MBA MSc, michaela.tscherne(at)ph-noe.ac(dot)at
Scientific lead: HS-Prof. Mag. Dr. Carmen Sippl, carmen.sippl(at)ph-noe.ac(dot)at
Target groups: Lehrende an Schulen und Hochschulen, Lehrende in der Pädagog*innenaus-, fort- und weiterbildung, Schulleiter*innen | Teachers in schools and universities, educators in teacher training, further education, and professional development, head teachers and school leaders
Secondary target group: Lehramtsstudierende | teacher education students
The project CultureNature Literacy (CNL) is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.