The uniqueness of BELEXPO isn’t limited to the exhibition’s concept but also translated through its integration within a so-called ‘educational continuum’. Because acquiring new knowledge in tandem with the environment gives meaning to what is being learnt. Because taking action for the environment fosters citizenship skills. For teachers and instructors, BELEXPO represents one of the most extensive educational platforms around.
Rolling out your own project
Following your visit, your class may want to take it to another level with concrete projects. The Environmental Education resources of Brussels Environment offer you a wide range of options.
You will find a number of turnkey projects which are already well established and with effective support.
If you wish to set up a specific project, we offer you a guide with concrete examples.
Specialists are also at your disposal:
- For any educational questions, tools and advice, please contact the Centre d'Information Bruxellois en Education Relative à l'Environnement managed by the Réseau Idée asbl Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- For questions about possible environmental improvements in a school: contact the School facilitator . Contact: email@example.com
The network Bubble
Bubble s a network created to promote and connect Brussels schools that carry out projects related to the environment at school. It has more than 1000 members (teachers, head teachers, educators, parents, etc.).
The Eco-schools label
Become an eco-school : a school that encourages a sense of belonging and environmental awareness through education.
The Brussels Environment website contains many resources to better understand the environment.
The drivers of change
To understand what prompts us to do our bit for the environment: learn more about drivers and processes for behaviour change