Campaign slogan Natur Stadt Berlin

Welcome to Treptow-Köpenick!

Discover the environmental education program near you!

Photo by Joern Jaschke

Environmental education coordination office in
Treptow-Köpenick

Your contact
Jörn Jaschke

E-mail:
jaschke@bund-berlin.de
Phone:
030 78 79 00 40

Your contact
Silke Sydow

E-mail:
sydow@bund-berlin.de
Phone:
030 78 79 00 40

Photo by Silke Sydow

1. What makes your district so special?

No other district has so much green and blue. In Treptow-Köpenick's sprawling forest and water areas, there is space for everyone to experience, feel and discover nature. Whether in the urban and lively Treptower Park or in the shady Köpenicker Forst, here you can quickly forget the hectic city life and still be very close to it.

2. Which green and sustainable places does our district have to offer?

There are various green places of learning that are known beyond the district boundaries, such as the Wuhlheide with the Haus Natur und Umwelt, the FEZ and the Öko-Insel as well as the Jugend Technik Schule. We have a beautiful forest and lake landscape around the Müggelsee with wetland biotopes, which you can learn a lot about in the forest schools and in the Teufelssee educational cabinet. The gardening school, the butterfly eyrie, the Späth Arboretum of the HU-Berlin and a large number of allotment gardens offer easily accessible places for experiencing nature and are both meeting places and educational facilities. But it's not just nature and environmental education that can be experienced in Berlin's largest district, there is also a great deal of emphasis on nutrition education, resource conservation and imparting knowledge about energy production in neighborhood initiatives and associations.

3. Which are the topics that we are most concerned with in the district?

In Treptow-Köpenick, we know that with a topic as complex as nature, environmental, climate and sustainability education, you can't just focus on one aspect and have to take a broad approach. That is why we not only want to network and provide further training, such as in the Treptow-Köpenick education network, but also work closely with the stakeholders in the district in terms of public relations and offer our expertise in areas such as the search for suitable funding, the development of educational offers, the organization of events and finding locations. We also cannot ignore social aspects, which is why we are setting up a contact point for the prevention of right-wing extremism in nature conservation and environmental education. We stand for respectful and joint progress in the field of education for sustainable development beyond Treptow-Köpenick and look forward to exchanging ideas and cooperating with you.

Environmental Education Coordination Office
Treptow-Köpenick

Photo by Joern Jaschke

Your contact
Jörn Jaschke

E-mail:
jaschke@bund-berlin.de
Phone:
030 78 79 00 40

 

 

Photo by Silke Sydow

Your contact
Silke Sydow

E-mail:
sydow@bund-berlin.de
Phone:
030 78 79 00 40

1. What makes your district so special?

No other district has so much green and blue. In Treptow-Köpenick's sprawling forest and water areas, there is room for everyone to experience, feel and discover nature. Whether in the urban and lively Treptower Park or in the shady Plänterwald, here you can quickly forget the hectic city life and yet be very close to it.

2. Which green and sustainable places does our district have to offer?

There are various green places of learning that are known beyond the district borders, such as the Wuhlheide with the House of Nature and Environment, the FEZ and the Eco Island, and the Youth Technology School. We have around the Müggelsee a beautiful forest and lake landscape with wetlands, about which one can learn so much in the forest schools and in the Teufelssee teaching cabinet. A gardening school, the butterfly sanctuary, the Späth arboretum and various allotment gardens offer easily accessible places for experiencing nature and are meeting and educational places at the same time. But it is not only nature and environmental education that can be experienced in Berlin's largest district; nutrition education, resource protection and the transfer of knowledge about energy production are also very important in Kiez initiatives and associations.

3. Which are the topics that we are most concerned with in the district?

In Treptow-Köpenick, we know that with a topic as complex as nature, environment, climate and sustainability education (NUK+N) or education for sustainable development (ESD), you can't just focus on one aspect and have to take a broad approach. Therefore, we do not only want to network and educate, as for example in the educational network Treptow-Köpenick, but also work closely with the actors in the district in public relations and the expansion of NUK+N education/ESD. Likewise, we cannot ignore social aspects, which is why we are developing into a contact point for right-wing extremism prevention in nature conservation and environmental education. We stand for a common progress in the concerns of NUK+N-education/ESD and are always looking forward to new discussion and working partners.