Young Climate Action for World Heritage

Project Description

"Young Climate Action for World Heritage" is an international educational project of the Institute Heritage Studies (IHS) and the German Commission for UNESCO. It is funded by the German Federal Environmental Foundation. The youth project provides an innovative approach combining the topics of UNESCO World Heritage and climate change. At six UNESCO World Heritage sites, students from UNESCO Associated schools and other schools deal with climate change. By using creative and action-oriented methods, they are exploring the following question: How can we take responsibility for the sustainable preservation of World Heritage sites and for combating climate change locally? Their results will be presented at the World Heritage sites. Furthermore, the project results will be prepared in a handout accessible to all educational actors and other interested parties.

Archaeological Border Complex Hedeby and Danevirke

Palaces and Parks of
Potsdam and Berlin

Mines of Rammelsberg, Historic Town of Goslar and Upper Harz Water Management System

Erzgebirge/Krušnohoří Mining Region

Moravian Church Settlements, component part Herrnhut (World Heritage Candiadate)

Wadden Sea

A project of the Institute Heritage Studies (IHS) with the German UNESCO Commission (DUK).

Project Website

All further information, dates and results can be found on our project website.

Contact

Institute Heritage Studies
Nassauische Str. 5
10717 Berlin

Claudia Grünberg (gruenberg@inaberlin.de)