Stationvej 54, 5464 Brenderup

 

SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY

UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

AT BRENDERUP HØJSKOLE

World goals and sustainability strategy in everyday life and teaching

We use the UN’s World Goals for Sustainable Development as inspiration in everyday life and teaching, and have theme days and project weeks on sustainability.

Many of the world goals have always been an integral part of Brenderup Folk High School’s everyday life and many have been achieved even before they were formulated as international goals.

We want to be 100% sustainable.

 

We participate in the Erasmus+ project ”Teaching Organic Literacy in Grundtvigian style”

We are co-coordinators and participate directly with students in DRC Dansk Flygtningehjælp national collection.

We have ther bronze mark in organic food, and eat vegetarian at least three days a week.

We work to strengthen personal development through professional immersion and broad general education in a vibrant community

 

We participate in the Erasmus+ project ”Teaching Organic Literacy in Grundtvigian style”

We only use environmentally approved agents in our cleaning.

We teach rainwater abstraction and groundwater saving lifestyles

 

We heat the school with a CO2 neutral pellet stove and have installed solar panels.

In our offgrid house you can experience an everyday life 100% independent of fossil fuels.

We work to provide an understanding of the importance of the individual’s commitment to society’s political and ecological development.

We are building a bridge between the local community and the new, sustainable district in Brenderup.

We teach sustainable construction.
We teach design based on recycling.
We have a Free-shop with clothes, shoes and books.
We sort all our waste.

We teach students from many different countries about sustainable initiatives and opportunities.

We heat the school with a CO2 neutral pellet stove and have installed solar panels.

We are active in plogging (“pluck up + jogging”) to prevent plastic from reaching the sea.

We teach organic gardening, permaculture and slow food.

We work to provide an understanding of the importance of the individual’s commitment to society’s political and ecological development.

We have students from many different countries and cultures. We teach cultural understanding.

We collaborate with DFUNK (Danish Refugee Council Youth), Grobund Brenderup, Brenderup Sermathang Friendship Association and AFS Interkultur.
We are part of the Folk High Schools’ Sustainability Network.

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