The project aims to enhance ecological sustainability in European projects, raise awareness on the possibilities of a green project management and establish good practices by developing the following outputs: 1) A Curated Treasury of good practices in ecologically sustainable project management pointing out ecologically sustainable ways in all kinds of project management activities based on collected good practices 2) A Stress Test of current practice leading to a personalised Learning Pathway, where project managers can test "How green is the management of my project?” and extend their knowledge, skills and competences by following their individual, work-based, interactive learning pathway. The primary target group are experienced and new project managers working or wanting to work in European funded projects. They are an integral part of all partner organisations and therefore all organisations involved are able to implement and test the project results directly by themselves. Nevertheless, the goal is to develop results, which are flexible and easily adaptable to different contexts and therefore accessible, informative and beneficial for all kinds of project-based organisations, VET providers and companies. The need for ecological sustainability is a common issue in all European countries and green project management is therefore extremely relevant for all project-based organisations. A common approach developed by a variety of organisations represented in the partnership, including NGO’s, non-profit organisations, VET providers, private companies, a university and a chamber of commerce, will enhance the adaptability and transferability of the project results. The desired impact is to develop sustainable and transferable tools for making project management in general more ecologically sustainable.