Fikrad Jafarov
  Azerbaijan, AZ1004, Baku,
  Neftchiler ave., 61, 24/25
    Tel.:    (994 12) 492-78 56
  Fax:     (994 12) 492-78 26
  Mob.:  (994 55) 790-67 88
Each Green Pack is adapted to a particular country, with national and regional information supplementing the core material. National experts are consulted to determine the level of the materials according to the needs of the target country. The exception is an English-language version that contains general information on the European environment.
Every Green Pack focuses on particular aspects of environmental protection and sustainable development and includes a variety of educational materials, including:
o a teacher's handbook with lesson plans, fact sheets and work sheets for students;
o a video cassette with animated clips and educational films;
o an interactive CD-ROM with extensive information on various environmental topics;
o a role-playing game based on environmental dilemmas; and
o other printed materials (specific to country version). 
Users of the Green Pack can follow set lesson plans, or supplement their own with the information and visual aids provided. They can further complement the lesson with video presentations and additional information from the CD-ROM and its links to useful websites.
Rather than focusing on the accumulation of knowledge in particular environmental areas, the Green Pack emphasises the development of new values in students and a new model of behaviour at school, at home and in society.
In this context students are, above all, partners with the teachers in the accomplishment of various activities, discussions, role-playing and decision making. The main messages of the Green Pack are also effectively distributed to other members of the family and society via the students and teachers.