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An Overview of ESD in European Countries: What is the Role of National Governments?
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Global Environmental Research
Education for Sustainable Development: Promises and Challenges
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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is and will continue to be vital to national efforts to pursue the goal of sustainability. The problems posed by increased CO2 emissions, the depletion of the rainforests, increased levels of pollution, to name a few, require a search for solutions to capitalize on various advantages derived from education, awareness and training on sustainability. The importance of ESD is particularly pertinent in Europe, the continent with the highest concentration of industrialized nations, where awareness of environmental problems has not always been translated into action. This paper describes the current status of ESD in Europe and introduces the state of affairs in a number of European countries. It presents the results of a survey involving member countries of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), outlining some of factors that hinder progress at implementing ESD at the national level. Finally, it lists some measures for implementing ESD in practice.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
1. Introduction
2. ESD in Europe: The State of Affairs
3. The Need for Further Education Programmes
4. Effective Approaches to ESD
4.1 Better understanding of ESD for different stakeholder groups
4.2 Better public awareness
4.3 More participation
4.4 Cross-sectoral and cross-thematic collaboration
5. Regional-Level Institutional Support Mechanisms
6. Conclusions: What Can Governments Do?
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