Environmental education today is a successful way to prevent the occurrence of environmental problems in the future. EE is especially important in countries such as those in Central and Eastern Europe, where financial availability for addressing environmental issues and urgency degree is very low. The aim of this book is to give an account for the current status of EE addressing children in primary school level, grades 5 to 9 in Macedonia through curriculum courses developed by the state institutions, the NGO and IO sectors' activity and contribution to the field of EE and an auxiliary EE teaching tool ? the Green Pack. The research done for the book was through a qualitative method for which primary data was gathered through interviews with representatives from all relevant stakeholders, namely teachers, individuals involved in developing the curriculum, NGOs and IOs. It was recognized by all stakeholders in the country that there is lack of EE in both formal and non-formal education. Teachers' lack of capacity, motivation and training, as well as the social circumstances in which the children live have been identified as factors influencing EE delivery.