In July 2019, 18 young people from all over Austria set out to discover a small part of the native wilderness of our country. Together with the biologist and wilderness guide Bernd Pfleger they spent four days in the... Read more
Pack up your ideas and let’s head to the Ideenschmiede 2020. At the Ideenschmiede you will get to know great like-minded people, who are interested in topics like activism, environment, climate change and more. Read more
Generation Earth will be represented with a booth and offering loads of information on how to get active at the very first Climate Kirtag. No matter how young, no matter how old – come and celebrate with us! Read more
We do have as many projects as never before in the history of Generation Earth – yeeey! Therefore we wanted to give you an overview of all planned Generation Earth events for the upcoming months. Read more
Creating new project ideas in order to tackle the burning social and environmental issues of the plastic crisis, “Wegwerfgesellschaft” (throw away society) and climate change was the main focus at this year's Ideenschmiede. We are looking for motivated people,... Read more
A new Action Leader Training year has started! In the kick-off meeting the participants got to know each other and formed a strong, connected group. Moreover, they digged deeper into the topic of leaderhip and into this year's topic:... Read more
Around 100 activists joined our flash mob to stand up for Europe’s rivers and waterbodies! We danced to send a strong message to European decision-makers: “We do not inherit water from our ancestors, but borrow it from future generations.” Read more
From 2 to 5 September 2018, a team of eleven young people hiked through the Tyrolean Verwall. They got an idea of the intensively frequented tourist areas and supported the preservation of the last untouched alpine spaces. Read more
A group of Generation Earth members traveled to Germany and kicked-off international projects to tackle the plastic problem. To get an idea about how recycling works, we even visited a recycling facility. Read more
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