Training For Inclusion is an international Erasmus+ project that aims to empower the BioLiving community with pedagogical, social inclusion, linguistic and management skills, through mobilities for structured training.
NGEurope is an international Erasmus+ project that aims to train community or NGO leaders for social and environmental action. The project seeks to support independent citizens and community/NGO leaders to create a positive impact in their communities and in the environment.
The VACALOURA.PT project is a citizen science project whose objective is to compile and organise information sent by citizens regarding the distribution and status of the populations of the stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) and the remaining beetles of the Lucanidae family in Portugal.
Cobras de Portugal (Snakes of Portugal) aims to raise awareness about the conservation of snakes in Portugal and to inspire people to protect these animals, so useful for the proper functioning of ecosystems and public health safety. We want to promote a healthier coexistence between these reptiles and humans by helping with their correct identification and demystifying stories, myths and legends associated with these animals.
#NoFilter is a campaign launched by BioLiving in 2018 aiming to raise awareness about the environmental problem caused by cigarette butts that are discarded on the ground in all types of locations, causing negative effects on water quality and the balance of ecosystems
FLORESTA+ aims to promote education for citizenship and for a culture of environmental safety in the communities of Figueira da Foz affected by the 2017 wildfires, by raising local communities' awareness regarding the importance of native forests and their valorization as an alternative to current forestry models.
RENASCER aims to involve and engage young people and the community in general in environmental issues related with forests. It’s goal is to convey the value and importance of preserving and defending our forests, promoting contact with nature and encouraging ecological responsibility for all.
+Aveiro aimed to integrate students into academic life as a whole by promoting scientific culture, citizenship and by showing, in close proximity, the scientific, environmental, cultural and market opportunities that exist in the Aveiro region.