The whole school community gets involved for a more sustainable home-school mobility
Home-school mobility becomes sustainable and fun.
A collaborative game that supports community building and bonding.
An innovative tool that enables interdisciplinary, inclusive and personalized learning.
From research to social impact
Our children belong to the “backseat generation”, a generation observing the world and their neighborhood from the window of their parents’ car. Within this project, with the help of research results and innovative technologies, we want to break this vicious cycle through innovative educational tools that call to action the entire school community.
CLIMB - Children’s Independent Mobility
Kids Go Green is developed within the CLIMB project, promoting a more sustainable and active home-school mobility, realized by Fondazione Bruno Kessler in collaboration with the Municipality of Trento.
An ever growing and active community
We started on school year 2016-2017 with an experiment in S. Vigilio primary school (Vela, Trento, Italy) involving 87 children. Thanks to the observed impact and to the enthusiasm of the teachers, the children and their families, more and more schools are adopting Kids Go Green as an educational and learning tool.
The project's impact
Percent variance of home-school trips by car
Families witnessing an impact also on free-time trips, towards more sustainable transport means
Retainment, 6 months after the game end, of the newly introduced sustainable mobility habits
“This experience is involving them a lot. And it becomes an educational activity “
Biagio Rossetti Ferrara School
“Brings together the local administrators, the school and the families, everyone with her specific competences and role”
Comprehensive School Trento 6
Become a partner
Our local partners are key actors for the implementation and operation of the game in schools. Kids Go Green is an opportunity for partners active in environmental sustainability school projects to offer an innovative and effective solution. We are now active in the following Italian provinces.