Kristinedal is a secondary school with about 500 pupils and about a 100 adults working there. About 30 different languages beside Swedish are spoken in the school. The town is called Stenungsund and it’s located about 45 kilometres north of Gothenburg along the coast and is an attractive and relatively new settlement. In addition to the municipality there is the petrochemical industry and there are several large factories in the locality All schools in the municipality works closely with industry and Molekylverkstan, a science centre. Molekylverkstan is a national player, one of Sweden’s 19 science centres, with strong local ties. Molekylverkstan is owned by five world’s leading chemical company, AGA AB, Akzo Nobel AB, Borealis AB, INEOS AB and Perstorp Oxo AB and operate in collaboration with Stenungsund. Their challenge is to awaken interest and create better conditions for a sustainable future by encouraging increased knowledge in science, mathematics and technology. The topic of the project is interesting because it all belongs to the Swedish school curriculum and it will be interesting to share the experience with other pupils and teachers from Europe. The school has a lot of newly arrived pupils whom would be great to include in this kind of exchange. The school has been involved in other Erasmus+ projects and from that gain the experience of how projects are run. The principal of the school has been involved himself in a few different projects. The municipality has an international education coordinator who will be in charge for the administrative work and she will also take part as a coordinator in the project. There will also be several interested teachers that will participate.