Organised by Arizona State University

Education, Sustainability, and Global Futures Visioning Session


Calling all teachers, youth activists, educational and community leaders and anyone with a passion for education and environmental justice!

Join us to co-design a vision for an academic degree program that would fundamentally change the role of education in addressing the ecological crisis. The Learning Planet Institute and Arizona State University are mobilizing forces, networks, and expertise to build a program that would help transform our passion for global ecological justice into impactful education careers necessary for shaping planetary futures in which both the planet and people can survive and thrive.

We will be hosting a 90-minute workshop to codesign the vision for this program and discuss how we can fuse disciplines and creative practice to boldly reimagine education for more sustainable, resilient, and ecologically just planetary futures.

Come share your ideas and help design this program!

Thu, January 26, 2023

17:30 CET, UTC+1h

  • Citizenship
  • Environment
  • Higher Education

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  • English

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