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Equity and Inclusion: The Bedrock to Transform Our World toward Agenda 2030 and Beyond

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Equity and Inclusion: The Bedrock to Transform Our World toward Agenda 2030 and Beyond
RCE Greater Portland
Americas Regional RCE Meeting 2018
24-27 October, 2018, Posadas, Argentina

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Equity and Inclusion: The Bedrock to Transform Our World toward Agenda 2030 and Beyond

  1. 1. 7th Americas RCE meeting: ESD, Conservation and Climate Change in the 2030 Agenda Neeraja Havaligi GPSEN, Portland, OR. USA
  2. 2. Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) has identified five priority action areas to advance the ESD agenda. 1. Priority Action Area1: Advancing Policy 2. Priority Action Area 2: Transforming learning and training environments 3. Priority Action Area 3: Building capacities of educators and trainers 4. Priority Action Area 4: Empowering and mobilizing youth 5. Priority Action Area 5: Accelerating sustainable solutions at local level
  3. 3. Equity and Inclusion: The bedrock to transform our world toward Agenda 2030 and beyond
  4. 4. SDG Paper, 2018.  “With Inclusion and Equity, can the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Flower within the Planetary Boundaries?” by Neeraja Havaligi. May 2018.  http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST19_1_389.pdf  This research paper relates to all the 17 SDGs, all the ecosystems and the global efforts to achieve them within the planetary boundaries.
  5. 5. Work in progress  Neeraja Havaligi, ED, Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN)  Le Roy Patton, Advisor, Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN)
  6. 6. Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration of 1992 recognizes access to environment information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice on environmental matters. These ‘access rights’ remain as relevant today as they were decades ago. Source: UNEP
  7. 7. DID I MISS SOME VOICES?
  8. 8. www.gpsen.org

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