We are convinced of the importance of pooling efforts and of working in partnership with institutions, organisations and people who share our values and objectives. We would like to sincerely thank our pedagogical partners, who support us with their skills and expertise in continuously improving our projects.

With members in 81 countries around the world, the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is the largest international network in the field of environmental and sustainability education. Since 2015, J’aime ma Planète has been a member of the FEE and is responsible for developing its programmes in Switzerland.

As an extension of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s commitment to the environment, the GoodPlanet Foundation aims to place ecology and humanism at the heart of people’s consciences and to encourage them to take concrete action for the Earth and its inhabitants. J’aime ma Planète brings the GoodPlanet Foundation’s educational exhibitions for young people and the general public to schools and other venues.

éducation21 is the national centre of expertise and services for education for sustainable development (ESD) in Switzerland. J’aime ma Planète is a member of the network of ESD stakeholders and actively participates in the activities organised by the network.

The Fondation La Maison de la Rivière is dedicated to the study, research, protection, conservation and enhancement of aquatic ecosystems and the native species that depend on them. As part of our partnership, we offer school outings providing a concrete approach to the conservation of aquatic environments, forests and fauna on the shores of Lake Geneva.

Verdonnet-Bouchet is a family-run horticultural business dedicated to the cultivation of potted and rooted flowers in the Geneva region. Together, we offer workshops, action and awareness days, and educational tours of La Flânerie organic garden.

Oceaneye is an association specialising in water pollution, which works to raise public awareness of the issue of microplastics and contributes to scientific research by conducting campaigns to collect and analyse samples of ocean surface water. Since August 2022, J’aime ma Planète has been running the Oceaneye school and extra-curricular workshops for young people. is a Swiss media that provides precision journalism on topics as diverse as science, climate, food and health. Since 2021, has been a partner of the Young Reporters for the Environment programme, helping to disseminate the winning articles from the national competition.

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