The ECOIMPACT project develops a personal learning environment (PLE) for competence in economic and societal impacts of local weather, air quality and climate. This PLE features custom-tailored learning materials, “smart” weather observation instruments, and learning management software – all integrated into a single system. Such approach allows for learning in contact with a studied physical environment and develops competences required for today’s modern life. At first hand, the PLE is intended for the consortium university students, hydrometeorology professionals, and managers at weather-sensitive firms and public bodies. Prospectively, it might prove useful to a wide range of customers: from other interested universities to secondary schools and private individuals.