Environmental and substainable development education throughout life, for ecological transition

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Environmental and substainable development education throughout life, for ecological transition
Type of text :
Opinion
Type of referral :
Government referral
Working group :
Section for environment
Date d'adoption
Date adopted : 11/26/2013
Rapporteur(s) :
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Antoine DULIN
Student Bodies and Youth Movements Group
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Allain BOUGRAIN DUBOURG
Environment and Nature Group
Overview
Présentation

Environmental and Sustainable Development Education (EEDD) aims to make contemporary ecological, economic and social issues as widely recognised as possible. It allows everyone to understand the complexity and interdependence of these issues, in order to make citizens into agents of ecological transition. EEDD must equip society with the tools necessary to effect the changes that must be made to our modes of production and consumption, and way of life on a planet with limited resources.