Nikola Tesla, best known for his inventions of modern electro-energetic system of production, long distance transmission and usage of electrical currents, was also dedicated to peacebuilding and sustainability. United Nations agency for education, science, and culture (UNESCO), had inscribed Nikola Tesla’s archive in the UNESCO Memory of the World register in 2003. UNESCO describes Tesla as « …inventor and scientist, a pioneer in electrification, (who) significantly influenced the technological development of our civilization by his polyphase system inventions. » as well as « one of the first to become aware of the emerging energy problem ». Tesla Memory Project and UNESCO Center for Peace, together with following discussants, are exploring the uncharted legacy of Nikola Tesla, as well as its potential impact on education.