Inernational version

Planetbook is created in a U.S.-International version, including 700 educational questions about the environment and climate changes focusing on environmental issues in the United States and the world. 

Press Release, New York, 30/4/2013. Get on board…and Save the Planet!

KEAN and Planetbook will participate at Jersey City’s Sixth Annual Sustainable Cities Conference. On Tuesday, April 30, 2013, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Liberty Science Center —KEAN and Planetbook will participate in Jersey City’s Sixth Annual Sustainable Cities Conference.

This year’s theme is “The Importance of Environmental Education,” with speakers Stavros Milionis of Greece’s KEAN, Amy Jolin of City Green, Aldo Sanchez-Abreu of the Jersey City Board of Education, and keynote speaker Professor Mary Leou, Director of Wallerstein Collaborative for Urban Environmental Education at NYU.


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Press Release – New York, 25/4/2013. Get on board…and Save the Planet!

On Saturday, April 27, 2013, 11am-3pm, the floor version of environmental educational activity Planetbook will participate at the 6th Annual Street Games hosted by NYC Parks and the Walt Disney Company at Thomas Jefferson Park in Harlem!

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Press Release – New York, 24.1.2013. Environmental educational activity- New York Press Conference

More specific details of the floor version is coming soon!
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On Thursday, January 24th, 6pm, at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (319 East 74th Street NY 10021), NGO KEAN (Cell of Alternative Youth Activities) held a press conference with the subject “Who said only grownups could save the planet?”. The Press Conference was under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change in Greece. In the U.S., Planetbook was presented in three schools in New York during last week, and more particular The William Spyropoulos Greek-American Day School of St. Nicholas, The Cathedral School and The St. Demetrios Greek-American School.


In summer 2012 Planetbook was given in two schools in Ghana located in the villages of Azani and Butre, both in the Western region of the country.