6 Participating partners
The difficulty with sustainability arises from its abstract nature and the fact that these problems have long term horizons. However, the seeds for sustainable development lie already in the lives of millions of people, if we just think that two important facets of sustainable development are: urban transportation sustainability (measures and solutions able to tackle mobility challenges that lead to uncontrolled growth of vehicles and downgrading of quality of life) and societal metabolism (models that facilitate the description of flows of material and energy within cities and provide a framework to study the interaction between human and natural systems).
Agreement n° 2017-1-EL01-KA203-036303
Project Acronym: SUSTAIN
Project title: Game-Based Learning on Urban Sustainability
Funded under the ERASMUS+ Programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships
Start Date of the Project: 01-10-2017
End Date of the Project: 31-03-2020