Learning for Sustainability Scotland & The UN Sustainable Development Goals
Much of the work carried out by Learning for Sustainability Scotland is in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Over the next few weeks we will be introducing some exciting new projects that embed our work further into the Sustainable Development Goals and will be developing a task group around the shared values and aims. We’ll keep you informed through our mailing list so please make sure you are signed up as a member.
- Learning for Sustainability Scotland : Sustainable Development Goals Task Group
A new task group is being set up by Learning for Sustainability Scotland members. If you would like to know more, please click HERE.
- New Report: Reflecting on the Emergence of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: A Call for Action in Scotland.
Click HERE for an indepth and insightful report written in collaboration between May East (UNITAR Fellow) and Rehema M. White (University of St Andrews, Learning for Sustainability Scotland). Here they reflect on historic and contemporary understanding of sustainable development in theory and practice in Scotland and beyond. They describe the emergence of the Sustainable Development Goals and start to explore the implications of these for Scottish institutions.
Would you like to use this report in your own work? Please tell us how you plan to use it and give us any other feedback by contacting Abi Cornwall.