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05 au18 ppt en_vforum 05 au18 ppt en_vforum Presentation Transcript

  • Youth Perspectives onSustainable Consumption 18th ASEF University By Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • 18th ASEF University (AU18)42 Participants from 33 Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) countries Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • 18th ASEF University (AU18)• “Conscious Consumers for Environmental Sustainability”• Academic presentations and interactive workshops• Topics included: Behavioural Economics, impact of social media campaigns Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • 18th ASEF University (AU18)Street action campaign• Creative way to promote sustainable consumption Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Learning Points: ResponsibilityThe art of taking personalresponsibility• Individual level• Community level• National level Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Learning Points: Civil SocietyEngaging civil society Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Learning Points: InclusionInclusive campaigning• Youth• Women• Elderly Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Learning Points: Education• Lack of complex knowledge and comprehensive information source• Differences between educational systems in Asia and Europe Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Learning Points: EducationRole of non-formaleducation in changingbehaviour Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia
  • Conclusion• The act of sustainable consumption starts from ourselves• There is the need for people-centric, non-discriminatory policies and activities to encourage mass participation• There is the need for comprehensive (non-) formal education on sustainable development to change behaviour Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács and Alvin Chia