The Regional Environmental Center for
Central and Eastern Europe
Contact: Kliment Mindjov
and Capacity Building Programme
Ady Endre ut 9-11
2000 Szentendre, Hungary
Tel: +36-26 504-000
Fax: +36-26 311-294
years old. In English there is a Junior Pack (7-10 years)
The Green Pack includes 22 topics related to environmental protection
and sustainable development, divided into five chapters:
Environmental Components: air, water, soil and biodiversity;
Threats to the Environment: urbanisation, noise, waste and chemicals;
Human Activities and Impacts: energy, transport, industry, agriculture,
forestry and tourism;
Global Challenges: climate change, ozone depletion, acidification,
and issues affecting seas and oceans;
Values: ethics and values related to consumerism, human health and
the environment, citizens' rights, and responsibility for the Earth's
The Green Pack is a multi-medium environmental
education curriculum kit to teach children about environmental protection
The Green Pack is primarily intended for European primary school teachers
and their students. The Green Pack’s
interactive and multi-media presentation makes it a lively source of
information for anyone interested
CD ROM, the teacher's handbook, DVD video and a dilemma game.
Pack Central Asia: Dilemmas & Tests (2013)
Online (2008) versions:
Balkan countries (2008-09) as pdf
Europe (2001-2005) as pdf
||Read material, interactive
small video of cartoons, dilema game
In 2007-08, the energy and
environmental chapters were expanded to link the use of fossil fuels
with global warming and climate change. The Green Pack is an environmental
education package, which was originally developed in 2001-04 with
support from Toyota.
Since 2001, the Green Pack has been implemented in 9 countries. Over
22,000 Green Packs have been produced, more than 15,000 teachers have
been trained to use it, and some 1.8 million students have been taught
using its interactive multimedia materials.
Dilemmas & Tests were added and published to the Central Asian version.
The resources were placed to a new platform.
In 2015 it was used in Belarus for training.