Education for Sustainable Development

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Ms. Mita Nangia Goswami
Director of the Environment Education Division of WWF India
at RPR 2012, 23-26 August, Goa, India

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Education for Sustainable Development

  1. 1. EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MITA NANGIA GOSWAMI DIRECTOR- ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION WWF-INDIA
  2. 2. The amount of nature neededto support a human being.- produce what is needed.- take care of the waste
  3. 3. As the cowgrazing… With permission from Mathis Wackernagel
  4. 4. Fossil Fuel Built-up Waste Food Fibres absorption
  5. 5. 12.1/ 6.7 = 1.8 Hectares per person ¾ of Earth ¼ of Low Earthbioproductivity High bioproducti vity
  6. 6. Ecological footprint per person and country October 2010UAE:10,7 Qatar: 10,5 USA: 8,0 Sweden: 5,9 China: 2,2 Indonesia 0,9 India 0,9
  7. 7. World average: 2.7 ghaAvailable resource: 1.8 ghaA global overshot of 50 %
  8. 8. Built up land CarbonFood, fibre, timber land
  9. 9. India FOOTPRINT Biocapacity
  10. 10. If all people were Americans 4.5 X If all people were Americans 4,5 earths
  11. 11. ”…. development that satisfies present day needs without undermining the opportunities of future generations to satisfy their needs.” Our common future 1987 Bruntland comission
  12. 12. The poorest 60 %have less than 6 %to consume.
  13. 13. What is Sustainable Development ?Ecological Footprint Acceptable life quality Available resource HDI 1,8 ha/ person Human Development Index
  14. 14. Ecological Footprint (gha per person) ---------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sweden -------- India --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------- HDI
  15. 15. The most highly educated part of the world’s population isthe one affecting the world’s environment most negatively - Charles Hopkins, UNESCO chairat 13thAnnual International Sustainable Development Conference, June 10-12, 2007, Mälardalen UniversityThe world needs a changed education !!!
  16. 16. In Education for Sustainable Development we support ourstudents to develop capacity and motivation to contribute to asustainable development locally and globally. Unesco
  17. 17. Social/ Cultural Ecological Economical SocialEcological Economical
  18. 18. Ecological sphere Socio- political EconomLimits for develoment icEcologic sphere, social, sphere economic
  19. 19. BalanceProtection of ------------------ Humannature needs Direction for action Balance Protection of nature Human needs
  20. 20. ESD - a process Direction for actionDiscussion concerning means
  21. 21. Learning: For life Through life Throughout lifeMhatma Gandi Learning: For life - Through life - Throughout life
  22. 22. Thank you

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