"Co-educating in Green” project core activities seek to promote an environmental community education through project-based learning, led by adult educators but counting on the participation of learners, including those with special needs, and the local education community. The target groups of the project are adult educators, adult learners, especially those with special needs, and education communities as the project focuses on strengthening competences on community education, environmental issues and accessibility for people with special needs as well as leadership and motivational skills. Co-educating in Green project is expected to have an impact in the involved local communities, but its outcomes are expected to have an impact also at regional, national and international level. The project will foster international cooperation for transferring knowledge and experiences related to the co-creation of shared green spaces and formalise and establish a sustainable network of actors that work on the transformation of shared spaces to greener areas that tackles the different problems that communities face in relation to their natural environment and social inclusion. The pedagogical approach to non-formal community learning seeks to promote values of non-discrimination, active citizenship, integration in the context of diversity and protection of the natural environment.