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Learn For Our Planet: A Global Review Of How Environmental Issues Are Integrated In Education
出版地 | 出版年份 | 页数: 
Paris | 2021 | 48 p.
ISBN/ISSN: 
ISBN 978-92-3-100451-3
联合作者: 
UNESCO
地区: 
全球范围
© UNESCO 2021

2020 was the equal hottest year on record. One million species are at risk of extinction. We use more resources than the planet can generate each year - if we continue to live the way we do today, we will need three earths by 2050. The way we currently live is not sustainable. Urgent change is needed, but lasting change is impossible without education.


This publication presents the extent to which environmental issues are integrated in primary and secondary education policies and curricula across 46 UNESCO Member States. Over half of education policies and curricula studied made no mention of climate change. Only 19 per cent made reference to biodiversity. Countries have made progress: 83 per cent of education policies and curricula studied addressed the environment at least once, and 69 per cent mentioned sustainability - but it is clear that more needs to be done to prepare learners with the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to act for our planet. Governments, education policy-makers, academics, and education and environmental stakeholders need to further commit to Education for Sustainable Development. 

 

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资源类型: 
案例研究和研究性论文
主题: 
公民身份/民主意识
可持续发展/可持续性/环境
教育水平 : 
小学
初中

关键词

Education for sustainable development; Global citizenship education; Climate change education; Biodiversity; ESD; GCED; SDGs