Eco-Schools programme

Eco-Schools helps schools create and implement a sustainable development (education) dynamic. It thereby allows students to develop the knowledge, skills and motivations required to approach and meet the challenges of the world surrounding them.


Young reporters for the environment programme

Currently available in French and available in German starting in schoolyear 2023/24.

Young Reporters for the Environment is a yearly international competition allowing youth from 12 to 18 years old to suggest possible solutions to local problems linked with sustainable development.


Our exhibition on sustainable food 

Only in French.

J’aime ma Planète offers an educational exhibition on sustainable food combined with activities for primary school classes (from 3P to 8P).

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Only in French.

During the school year, we offer multiple animations (teaching units) on sustainable development topics for primary schools. These can be held separately or in parallel with a visit of our exhibition on Sustainable Food.

Nature excursions

Only in French.

Our nature excursions can be organised separately or in combination with one or more animations. The excursions allow students to discover the treasures of our nature through hands-on learning.

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Only in French.

We also offer several workshops on sustainable development for primary schools.

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Our awareness through images project

Only in French.

This concept raises awareness among students to a theme adapted to their age group through a movie screening. Work upstream of the screening and suggested challenges allow the students to become experts in the highlighted theme.

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Educational tools

Only in French.

J’aime ma Planète has developed several educational tools on sustainability topics. These can be ordered free of charge (plus shipping).

Taking action for local biodiversity in Switzerland

Only in French.

This project enables 7-8P students to discover the challenges of biodiversity and to take action in its favour. Each participating class benefits from a classroom activity, a film screening and a forest outing.