Who are we?

A total of seven partners configurate this Cooperation Partnership. Three partners from Spain, two partners from Italy, one partner from Norway and one partner from Lithuania.

There are several types of organization within our partnership, in order to cover different aspects related with the proper implementation of the project. We are a Foundation, two elementary schools, two SME and one university.

Fundación de la CV para una economía baja en carbón

The Fundación de la Comunitat Valenciana para una economía baja en carbón, aka Low Carbon Economy, is the project coordinator. They are located in La Vall d’Uixó (Spain).

The Foundation is the project coordinator, being involved in the elaboration of project results, but focusing on administrative and environmental tasks. Their role is focused on the management, effective communication, and environmental expertise.

The primary aim of the Foundation is to promote trainings, dissemination, demonstration, mentoring, financing, consultancy and comprehensive management in environment and sustainability areas based on a low carbon economy model.

VšĮ Lauko darželis is the very first outdoor kindergarten in Lithuania where children from 2 to 6 years old are educated. The kindergarten was established in 2014 in a beautiful regional park of Pavilniai situated in the city of Vilnius.

During the years the kindergarten has grown into three departments in Vilnius and Kaunas and also an Outdoor primary school was established in 2018. Lauko darželis is a community leader of outdoor education as they organize seminars, advice on drafting laws, has established an Association of Outdoor kindergartens in Lithuania and more.

VšĮ Lauko darželis

CLAP! Educación activa S.L. (Amiga.eco)

Amiga.eco is a social transformation project based in Vila-real (Spain). It accompanies and promotes changes in education and society, through teacher training programmes and physical interventions of school playgrounds as well as the transformation of urban spaces.

They offer a hybrid service between architecture and civil engineering, together with leadership advice to school management teams and teachers who are willing to move towards a school more connected with life, where nature is integrated and children are seen from a more holistic perspective. 

For Amiga.eco, each intervention is an opportunity to improve the social fabric, urban landscapes and the way we relate to ourselves, to children and to our planet.

IC Fregene-Passoscuro is a state school with children from 3 to 14 years old attending three different levels of education: kindergarten, primary school and middle school. They are located in Fregene Comune di Fiumicino, in Italy.

Their purpose in this project is to teach younger students a new learning methodology based on a different idea of ‘classroom’ and in contact with nature. Nowadays, the school implement some outdoor activities from time to time, but they would like to have a clearer structure and a better understanding on how this methodology can be implemented.


Lorenzo Filippi - Treecanopy

Treecanopy is a project developed and conducted by Petra Jager and Lorenzo Filippi. Ever since they start working together in 2013 on children education. 

Petra and Lorenzo pursue a dream: steering a paradigm shift to change the current traditional way to support healthy development of new generations. This new paradigm deeply roots into the concept to develop and grow up children as a human being through the most natural, fulfilling, and enjoyable way as possible.

Treecanopy project is based upon the philosophy that Nature, as whole, is the best, indeed the sole, possible way where human beings can accomplish their development in life.

A public school with around 500 pupils from 3 to 12 years old, located in La Vall d’Uixó (Spain).

The school is interested in active and outdoor learning based on the contact with nature, applying already those methodologies  in kindergarten, but wishing to expand its implementation to primary education. Their purpose in this project is getting the skills to create new spaces and implement new methodologies in the school.


Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) is one of the largest educational institutions in the country, with about 17,000 students. It is located in Bergen (Norway).

HVL stretches over 5 campuses and 400 kilometres. The location of our campuses provides us with unique access to mountains, fjords and glaciers. The university offers a broad range of academic programmes at Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD levels. The programmes includes Teacher Education, Preschool Teacher Education, and Outdoor Education.

Fundación de la CV para una economía baja en carbón

CLAP Educación activa s.l.

CEIP Eleuterio Pérez

Lorenzo Filippi

IC Fregene passoscuro

Hogskulen pa vestlandet

VSL Lauko Darzelis