Posted by Yula Pannadopoulos
This January we are talking about green economy in the context of sustainable development (and poverty eradiction), and today I would like to share some resources that you might finds useful.
In the past two weeks we shared two interesting posts:
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development has a thorough and comprehensive set of resources on Social dimensions of green economy and sustainable development.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) has a user friendly green economy page
, and I found particularly useful their webinar series which you can view online
. UNEP’s TUNZA page
shares information on what children and youth around the world are doing for the environment and sustainability. UNEP page on sustainable consumption
provides information and content on different ways of consumption and how they can be brought to a more sustainable, environmentaly and socialy more responsible level.
Although Rio+20 conference on sustainable development is over, their page remains a great source of content on green economy and sustainable development
In the weeks to come I’ll be sharing more links and information on resources and content on different aspects of sustainable development – economic, social, educational, environmental. We will try to share knowledge, practices and experiences from different sources, but also from our own project, as we are moving forward