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  • 1. CLIMATE CHANGE AND LIFESTYLES Learning for change youthXchange- Guidebook series- Published by UNESCO www.youthxchange.net
  • 2. UNESCO’s FIVE PILLARS OF LEARNING
    • Learning to know
    • Learning to do
    • Learning to live together
    • Learning to be
    • Learning to transform oneself and society.
  • 3. ESD, climate change and lifestyles
    • Education is vital in helping young people to the challenges of climate change, but what should this education look like? How will young people learn?
    • Education for Sustainable Development helps people understand the impacts of climate change and to increase climate literacy among young people.
  • 4.
    • Quality ESD is about:
    • learning to ask critical questions
    • learning to clarify one’s own values
    • learning to envision more positive sustainable futures.
    • learning to think systemically
    • learning to respond through applied learning
    • learning to explore the evidence both tradition and innovation.
  • 5. CHANGING CLIMATES
    • What is the difference between weather and climate? Why is the climate changing? What human activities affect climate change? What does our future look like?
    • GUIDELINE:
    • Climate and weather
    • Global temperature
    • Human causes
    • Maintaining ecosystems
    • Different scenarios
    • An invisible threat
  • 6. Changing effects and impacts
    • GUIDELINE:
    • Climate change effects.
    • Effects on the planet.
    • Ecosystems.
    • Impacts on people.
    • Developed countries
    • Emerging countries.
    • Developing countries.
    • Young people
    • Indigenous youth.
    • Girls and young women.
    • Islanders.
    • What are the effects of climate change on the planet and ecosystems? How does climate change impact different people around the world? Is everyone affected the same way?
  • 7. LIFESTYLE CHOICES
    • GUIDELINE
    • Lifestyles.
    • A world of choice?.
    • Ecological footprints.
    • List single worlds to describe the way you live.
    • What can you change to make lifestyle more sustainable?
  • 8. LIFESTYLE CHOICES
    • GUIDELINE
    • Carbon footprints.
    • Advertising.
    • If you were to promote a more sustainable and climate friendly lifestyle to your family or friends, how would you do this?
  • 9. GOOD LIFE
    • GUIDELINE:
    • Consumer culture.
    • Wellbeing and happiness.
    • Consuming the Earth.
    • Low carbon lifestyle.
    • Pessimism.
  • 10. FOOD
    • GUIDELINE
    • A world of opposites.
    • Food miles.
    • Farm animals.
    • Virtual water.
    • Local food.
    • Meat-free meals.
    • Organic food.
  • 11. ENERGY CONTROL
    • GUIDELINE
    • Energy rules.
    • Fossil Fuels.
    • Energy choices.
    • Renewable energy.
    • Controlling temperature.
    • Controlling lights and appliances.
  • 12. TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT
    • GUIDELINE
    • A world on the move.
    • Transport emissions.
    • Making better choices.
    • Urban public transport.
    • To fly or not?.
    • Touring the planet.
  • 13. LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
    • GUIDELINE
    • Having fun
    • Organizing low carbon events.
    • Low carbon sports.
    • Climate – friendly arts.
  • 14. SHOPPING FOR STUFF
    • GUIDELINE
    • Ethical shopping.
    • Zero waste.
    • Embedded water.
    • Alternatives to buying new.
    • Clothes and textiles.
    • Packaging
  • 15. MONEY AND JOBS
    • GUIDELINE
    • Money and banks
    • Banking alternatives.
    • Cost of climate change.
    • Green jobs.
    • Buy now-pay later culture.
  • 16. CONNECTING WITH OTHERS
    • GUIDELINE
    • Communicating climate change.
    • Digital communication.
    • Electronic waste.
    • Electronic emissions.
    • Social networks.
    • Communication with decision-makers.
  • 17. TAKING ACTION
    • GUIDELINE
    • Choice of actions.
    • Different impsacts.
    • Group action.
    • Campaigning.
  • 18. Young people are not powerless. Their generation is the first generation with the knowledge, skills and technology needed to prevent the catastrophic impacts of climate change, but perhaps the last that can actually do so.

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