The second Transnational Project meeting was hosted by Emakosken koulu in Nokia, Finland and took place on 6th-9th September, 2018.  Two or three teachers from each partner school participated in the meeting representing, Istituto Comprensivo Madonna della Camera (Italy, Monteparano), l. osnovna škola Čakovec (Croatia, Čakovec), Agrupamento de Escolas de Vila Nova de Paiva (Portugal, Vila Nova de Paiva) and I Spoleczna Szkola Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej (Poland, Zamość). Teachers of Emakosken koulu , highly involved in the project implementation, also took part in the meeting. The project coordinators from all the five partner schools met to discuss the project activities implemented so far, assess their effectiveness and discuss any necessary modifications. The issues concerning the budget, time management and monitoring were discussed. The participants discussed short-term exchanges of pupils in a given school year, assessing the facilities the hosting schools have in order to conduct the planned activities and foresee any potential risk. The main project coordinator together with local coordinators from each partner institution discussed the forthcoming activities, modifying them in such a way that the project objectives could be reached in the most effective way.  The meeting participants discussed the details of the main project website, deciding upon the best dissemination channels and project results creation. The participants discussed the main project objectives, implementation, dissemination plan and expected impact for the second year of the project implementation.  The Transnational Project Meeting was also a chance for the students of Emakosken koulu in Nokia to talk to teachers from partner schools and to exchange opinions concerning the project. The teachers of partner institutions had a chance to observe their colleagues’ lessons, this way comparing different educational systems and enriching their own experience in new ideas. Educational systems were compared and new solutions adapted. Finland can serve as an example of an environmentally friendly country, which helped other project partners to benefit from best practice example.