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UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION
EDUCATING FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
A TRANSDISCIPLINARY VISION FOR CONCERTED ACTION
EPD-97/CONF.401/CLD.1.
November 1997. Original: English. Also available in French and Spanish.
Other language versions are foreseen.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE BY THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF UNESCO
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
I. WHAT IS ‘SUSTAINABILITY’? * BEHIND THE HEADLINES * Population * Poverty * Environmental degradation * Democracy, human rights and peace * Development * Interdependence * NORTH-SOUTH DIFFERENCES * TOWARDS A DEFINITION OF SUSTAINABILITY * A dynamic balance * An emerging vision * EDUCATION: THE FORCE OF THE FUTURE
II. PUBLIC AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING: THE FUEL FOR CHANGE * THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION * CONFRONTING VESTED INTERESTS * COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES * COMPLEX MESSAGES * THE MESSENGERS * REASON FOR OPTIMISM
III. REORIENTING EDUCATION TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABILITY * IMPORTANCE OF BASIC EDUCATION * WHAT CHANGES DOES SUSTAINABILITY REQUIRE? * Curriculum reform * Structural reform * EDUCATIONAL REFORM: A CASE STUDY * REFORM AT DIFFERENT SCALES * CONTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION * INTERDISCIPLINARITY
IV. SHIFTING TO SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES: CHANGING CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION PATTERNS * INDIVIDUAL CHOICES AND LIFESTYLES * COLLECTIVE DECISION-MAKING
V. ETHICS, CULTURE AND EQUITY: SUSTAINABILITY AS A MORAL IMPERATIVE * SOME ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABILITY * The ’ethic of time’ * Complexity as an ethical issue * Continuity: the ethical link between past, present, and future * CULTURE AND SUSTAINABILITY * TOWARDS A COMMON ETHIC * EDUCATION, ETHICS, AND CHANGE
VI. MOBILIZING FOR ACTION * AN…...

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