Category Archives: Catalonia (Spain)

CoDeS Case A21 in Catalonia Turull Forest Environmental Classroom, an equipment that promotes networking in the territory in a neighborhood of Barcelona Visit the blog The experience has been to transform a practically disused municipal plot of land (with abandoned … Continue reading

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CoDeS Case Viladrau in Catalonia From spring to spring. We learn from water Visit the blog It’s a main objective to open to the participation of the community encouraging the knowledge, the research and the action in the own environment and … Continue reading

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CoDeS CaseMancomunitat La Plana in Catalonia (Spain) Promoting community involvement through the participation in “shared activities” on school agroecology Visit the blog The context of this case is a small rural school, Valldeneu Infant and Primary School, that is located … Continue reading

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CoDeS Case Sant Cugat in Catalonia (Spain) School Agroecology as a motor for community and land transformations: The collaboration between local administration and university to promote ES school networks Visit the blog This is the case of an ongoing municipality-university … Continue reading

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