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New European Bauhaus
The European Commission’s New European Bauhaus initiative wants to put beauty, inclusivity and sustainability at the heart of how we live
The European Commission’s New European Bauhaus initiative wants to put beauty, inclusivity and sustainability at the heart of how we live. It calls for fresh perspectives and actions to improve everyday quality of life, and asks for design, art and culture to work alongside modern science and technology.
This page highlights editorial content, digital collections and educational resources relevant to New European Bauhaus. Find out more about Europeana’s involvement and how you can join the conversation.
Editorial
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Sustainable architecture
How architects are designing with environmental awareness in mind
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Utrecht, city of cycling
Cycling history of the Dutch city with the country's first bicycle path
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Sustainability and Tourism
The impact of tourism, and the way forward towards environmental, social and economic harmony.
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From airport to artport
How changes in aviation policies introduced art to the airport
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Four countries’ green activities
Discover culture and nature through alternative travel experiences
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National Parks
Where nature is preserved and human's influence is kept in check to protect biodiversity
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Green through time
Four historical figures who raised awareness of the environment
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The Watersnoodramp
The 1953 Dutch battle against water, captured in moving images.
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Beautiful & useful: Bauhaus and Walter Gropius
Discover the influential Bauhaus art and design school, founded by architect Walter Gropius in 1919.
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The human crisis and the three Es: Environment, Equality and Endangered
In 2019, global awareness of the human impact on the environment is at an all-time high. No matter where you turn, you cannot escape it.
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Asbestos at Work
Exposure to asbestos - once valued for its qualities - has caused illnesses and death among thousands of workers across Europe and the world.
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Strike at the Bor Mine in the 1930s: Europe’s first environmental protest?
Take a look at conditions and protests at the Bor Mine in Serbia, and uncovers what may be one of the first environmental protests in Europe.
The Wiener Werkstätte
Discover the artisan cooperative that pioneered modern design and influenced the Bauhaus and Art Deco
Learning resources
Take Aim at Climate Change
Language subjects, STEAM - Secondary school
Coding a Sustainable Future
STEAM - Primary school
Climate Change – Just a BEGINNING
English, STEAM - Upper secondary
A Plastic-Free World?
English, Language subjects - Lower secondary, Upper secondary
Earth’s Changing Climate
STEAM - Pre-primary school, Primary school
Coral reef today, yesterday and… tomorrow
STEAM - Lower secondary
Connecting with the Environment using our Senses
English, Language, Language subjects - Primary school
Climate Change Webquest
English, STEAM - Lower secondary
Ecology in the Energy System and Companies
English, STEAM - Secondary school, VET
Nurture Mother Nature
English, STEAM - Lower secondary
Save Venice
STEAM - Upper secondary
Exploring Species’ Habitats
Science - Upper Secondary
Biodiversity Explorers
Art, STEAM - Secondary school
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