Aneta spent 3 days in Italy at the 3rd Transnational Green Learning Network (GLN) Project Meeting that took place in Pollenzo – Bra, a home to Slow Food Movement and a beautiful University of Gastronomic Sciences. The meeting brought together the Consortium members from all over Europe and South Africa to discuss project progress, upcoming activities and deliverables as well as to welcome a new partner – the National Museum of Natural History and Science in Lisbon (MUHNAC). MUHNAC joined the GLN partnership recently and it will not only assist in the development of Living Roadmap for pan European green Open Educational Resources but it will also support partners in network enlargement efforts. In its new Consortium composition, GLN was presented to a wider audience during the Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto 2014 that took place in Turin. Project presentation at this highly popular International Food Conference that normally gathers more than 1,000 exhibitors from 130 countries was a very big success as it attracted many students, teachers and practitioners who expressed interest in joining the platform as soon as it becomes available. Stay tuned for more news on GLN!