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Commissioned Report

Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development activities for the Environmental Policy Dialogue between the Ministry of the Environment, Japan and the Environmental Protection Agency of the United States

Presentation

Micro-component survey of residential water end-use. Lessons learned from Hanoi and Tokyo

Symposium on “Reducing GHG through Water Smart Lifestyle in Da Nang, Vietnam”
Presentation

Environmental Education in Japan

44th Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education, San Diego California, USA
Author:
Shinichi
FURIHATA
Policy Report
Author:
Ruth
GUZMAN
Adnan
HEZRI
Athapol
ANUNTHAVORASAKUL

The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) has carried out policy research on strengthening capacities for effective implementation of Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) and identifying pathways to facilitate mainstreaming of ESC with a specific focus on the roles governments can play in promoting sustainable consumption. An...

Conference Paper

Social Learning for Sustainable Lifestyles: Case Studies in Community-based inquiry and collaborative learning for sustainability

PERL Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris,10-11 March 2015
Presentation

Social Learning for Sustainable Lifestyles: Case Studies in Community-based inquiry and collaborative learning for sustainability

PERL (The Partnership for Education and Research about Responsible Living) Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris,10-11 March 2015
Book Chapter
In Responsible Living:Concepts, Education and Future Perspectives, Editors: V. W. Thoresen; R. J. Didham; J. Klein & D. Doyle.

The pursuit of sustainable lifestyles is one that occurs simultaneously
at individual, collective and societal levels. Education for sustainable development
(ESD), and the offshoot education for sustainable lifestyles (ESL), has generally
targeted individual learning and behaviour change. Although, there are several
good examples of cooperative and...

Commissioned Report

The importance of collaborative governance and participatory decision making for sound environmental management and sustainable development has been documented and promoted in numerous studies. This form of social cooperation is seen as central in mobilising the necessary human capital and ingenuity that is needed to dramatically modify current...