This website is an output of the Consumer Lifestyles and Education Programme of the One Planet network. The One Planet network is the network of the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production. The Sustainable Lifestyles and Education (SLE) Programme aims to foster the uptake of sustainable lifestyles as the common norm. Through a global network of experts, practitioners and learners the SLE programme develops tools and resources that allow policymakers, businesses, educators and civil society to build sustainable systems of living.
Within the SLE programme, the Working Group, “Education for Sustainable Lifestyles” has the long-term goal to promote diverse, action-oriented pedagogical approaches on Education for Sustainable Lifestyles and to enhance learning and agency for sustainable lifestyles in social, cultural and livelihood contexts. This website is a step in that direction.
The SLE programme is co-led by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan, represented by Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and the Government of Sweden represented by Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).
The members of the Working Group, “Education for Sustainable Lifestyles” are the Centre for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development (co-lead of the Working Group), Akatu Institute for Conscious Consumption (co-lead of the Working Group), El Bosque University, JUCCCE (Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy), Rhodes University and Swechha.
More information about the SLE programme and the Working Group members, can be found here»
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