Education for Sustainable Development - INtroduction
This page introduces the topics covered in this sub-section of wiki-summaries on the multi-component approach or framework on Education for Sustainable Development.which is used to address environmental health and the climate crisis in relation to human health, consumption and production. These topics have been identified and are being developed through the previous and current activities of the International Discussion Group on
Education for Sustainable Development.
Click on any of the items listed in the navigation bar on the right hand side of this page to access the various summaries. The wiki-summaries will eventually include Glossary Terms (1-3 paragraphs), Encyclopedia Entries (Two pages), Handbook Sections (Book Chapters) and Bibliographies/Toolboxes (Extensive lists updated periodically) as well as Additional Resources.
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Key Messages/Lessons Learned:
Here are some of the key messages or things that we have learned thus far in these discussions:
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(The number of summaries completed or drafted in this section are listed below)
Understand the Approach/ Program & Its Effectiveness in Different Contexts on Different Aspects of Learning, Health & Development or Populations
How to Implement, Maintain, Scale Up, Sustain, Build Capacity, Leverage to Support Core Components.
How to integrate within Education Systems
Use of Ecological/ Systems Approach