Slides of the Meeting

Françoise Laveuve, RCE Brittany

Introduction to the overarching theme: ESD and the SDGs – How can RCEs coordinate both of them to achieve the SDGs?

Philip Vaughter, United Nations University-Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability

Update from the Global RCE Service Centre and the UN System

Detlev Lindau-Bank, RCE Oldenburger Münsterland; Ros Wade, RCE London; and Jos Hermans, Regional Advisor to the RCE Community – Europe

Curriculum development in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET);

Opportunities for the new target groups of migrants for TVET;

Community empowerment for TVET

Margaret Fleming, RCE East Midlands

From citizen to civic science – linking our activities to quality education for all: How we are developing SDG 4.7 across sectors and phases

Mari Nuutinen, RCE Helsinki Metropolitan

SDGs and school culture in Finland

Ulrich Holzbaur and Daniela Dorrer, Candidate RCE Ostwürttemberg-Aalen

Some general issues about curricula development and about the integration of ESD into the curriculum via lectures and projects;

The cooperation between university, city administration, and society in Aalen

Michel Ricard, RCE Bordeaux Aquitaine

Learning cities and the example of Bordeaux

Jana Dlouha and Jiri Dlouhy, RCE Czechia

Challenges to Sustainability addressed by the Regional Centre of Expertise Czechia

Vasiliki Kioupi, Imperial College London

Integrating the SDGs into school action plans: Results from a teacher training workshop in Greece

Vassilios Makrakis and Nelly Kostoula, RCE Crete

Integrating SDGs in the MSc for climate change, sustainable agriculture, and food security (CCSAFS) program;

A rubric for assessing the integration of the Earth Charter into the CCSAFS program

David Rangan, RCE Denmark

On the track of new didactic tools for Education in Sustainable Development

Betsy Jane King, RCE Scotland

Addressing SDG 4.7: Values and learning for sustainability in initial teacher education

Einir Young, RCE Cymru

Welsh universities joining forces to put the Well-Being of Future Generations Act into practice

Christian Buettner, RCE Nuremberg; and Janne Leino, Chen Xiaping, and Fu Weija, Hans Seidel Foundation Shanghai/RCE Hangzhou

ESD in teacher training: Best practices from Germany and China

Andrey Dakhin, RCE Nizhny Novgorod

Academy of new faces: Sustainable thinking and sustainable local public activities on the ground with RCE Nizhny Novgorod

Johanna Bernhardt, RCE Euroregion Tyrol

CASE – Competencies for a sustainable socio-economic development

Monika Mansson, RCE Skâne

Goal 14 and ocean literacy in Malmö

Françoise Laveuve and Salim Lardjane, RCE Brittany and UBS

A teacher’s perspective on the interaction between the SDGs

Martin O’Connor, RCE Paris-Seine

Environmental justice in an intercultural frame – empowering local communities for sustainability

Anna Kalinowska, RCE Warsaw Metropolitan

Warsaw Metropolitan RCE as the place of cooperation between partners from the urban zone and a national park – interrelatedness of environmental and social issues