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Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: wiss. Literatur und Materialien (BNELIT)
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Learning, Literacy and Sustainable Development: Inclusion, Vulnerability and the SDGs.
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Children and Sustainable Development.
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Pope Francis has called on the world community to address sustainable development, stating that ″no renewal of our relationship with nature [can be achieved] without a renewal of humanity itself.″ This chapter reviews the ways in which literacy and education address the challenges of the new 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A number of key issues are discussed. First, international and national development commitments to literacy and basic education are reviewed and progress is noted. Second, we consider the impact of globalization that is already putting demographic, migration, technological and other pressures on our planet. Third, we look at how climate and environmental changes intersect with and carry their own impending consequences for sustainable development. Fourth, we review how literacy and schooling can foster both awareness and complex thinking skills concerning the complexities of sustainability challenges, and how to prepare the next generation of children and youth. Fifth, the vulnerability of poor and marginalized populations is delineated, along with new ways for multi-sectoral partnerships in agriculture and health. Sixth, implications are drawn with respect to the breadth of the SDGs, and their interaction with literacy education. Overall, we argue that greater investments in content awareness and critical thinking skills are needed to help people learn about and manage sustainability, and that special consideration must be given to the impact of sustainability on poor and marginalized groups.
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