The BilRess project has created a roadmap on "Education for Resource Efficiency and Resource Conservation". This roadmap covers all educational sectors: From school to training and higher education to further education. The roadmap identifies actors, competences and concepts. Based on four areas of action, the roadmap shows steps for different actors to successfully anchor resource education in the educational sectors. Another focus of the project was network building. This network was formed on the one hand through the diverse presence of the BilRess network at approx. 100 events and through four large network conferences in Frankfurt and Berlin. It currently comprises 275 network members (as of March 2017). BilRess has been continued under the name BilRess Network since 2016.

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