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We've developed a toolkit for creating a sustainability strategy in schools. The kit includes various tools that encourage students and teachers to work together to build a sustainable community within the school. It also helps track progress and educates students on sustainability, climate change, and how their actions affect the overall system. As part of this effort, we have conducted a benchmark analysis to identify best practices for sustainability in schools across various European partner countries and other related regions. This initial step paved the way for a more in-depth analysis based on the materiality principle. The aim was to determine who, why, how, and when social and environmental issues are relevant and significant to the sustainability of a school and its stakeholders.

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