ESD Success Stories

ESD Success Stories are showcasing compelling stories with a personal/human dimension from all five UNESCO regions (Africa, Arab States, Asia and Pacific, Europe & North America and Latin America & the Caribbean). The stories illustrate the wide diversity of ESD approaches and initiatives taking place in different parts of the world. They show how involvement with ESD has changed the lives of specific individual persons and how they have become more active in their community. Each story centers on one individual or a group of individuals. SEE ALL SUCCESS STORIES    

2016

 


December 2016: Green Impact: The numbers speak for themselves (UNITED KINGDOM)
The National Union of Students (NUS) UK enables, accredits and awards university departments for sustainability efforts through its "Green Impact" scheme.
   

February 2016: Being the change they want to see (GUATEMALA/EL SALVADOR)
Asociación SERES, from Guatemala and El Salvador, works with youth to give them the skills needed to bring about positive change through sustainable development.

 

   
June 2016: The Green Office Model: Making universities more sustainable (GERMANY)
Students working with university staff and researchers to integrate sustainability into the university’s teaching, research, operations and daily life in general

 

   
March 2016: The future is looking rosier (INDONESIA)
The Jayagiri Centre in Indonesia teaches environment-friendly business skills. It helps reduce the number of school dropouts and supports rural residents.
   
October 2015: It takes a (small) village    (JAPAN)
The small village of Omori-cho in Japan explores alternative paths to prosperity based on community action and sustainability.

 

ESD success stories by region

Africa
   
Arab States
   
Asia and the Pacific
   
Europe and North America
   
Latin America and the Caribbean