This toolkit includes both a menu of indicators and examples of activities ready to use. It can be used directly by student groups.
These reports focus on the human development approach that remains useful to articulating the objectives of development and improving people’s well-being by ensuring an equitable, sustainable and stable planet.
This session will discuss how our consumption patterns must change in order to meet challenging CO2e reduction goals.
Part of an Active Methodology Images and Objects series and aims to help learners gain knowledge and understanding of the concepts of personal finance and the various terms related to the theme. It further helps learners apply their newly gained knowledge in an integrated manner in order to make responsible choices and take action for their own benefit and the benefit of others.
Sustainable investments are about more than just traditional financial goals, for instance, security, rate of return and availability or liquidity – they’re also about ecological, social and ethical criteria.
LOLA is a pedagogical tool for teachers and students which assists them in the process of identifying, evaluating and documenting cases of social innovation towards sustainable lifestyles.
This booklet is the first in a new series collecting good practices in education for sustainable lifestyles from around world, which is increasingly identified as an important step in linking personal responsibility and practice to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
This brohure is the fourth in a series that focuses on education for sustainable living in formal education systems as well as informal education and provides descriptions of three successful methodologies used around the world.
Paper explains the context of planetary boundaries; how people make (sustainability) decisions; and provides a summary of available types of lifestyle calculators, their strengths and weaknesses and representative examples