Nature-based solutions have the potential to provide multiple benefits across a range of sustainability challenges faced by cities. They can help to limit the impacts of climate change, enhance biodiversity, and improve environmental quality while contributing to economic activities and social wellbeing. This learning scenario stems from the need to improve the quality of ‘Green Solutions’ in schools. The aim is to involve students from an early age so, that they would be familiar with the topic of green area diffusion and would contribute towards building a sustainable, healthy, and resilient city, better adapted to climate change. In this context, students will debate on constructing a green wall inside and outside the school using recycled materials. They came up with a design and employed the best solution in collaboration with the city municipality.