Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC)

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Working Paper
The 2nd International Conference of the Partnership for Education and Research about Responsible Living (PERL): Beyond Consumption - Pathways to Responsible Living
This paper provides a discussion of the methodological challenges that are faced in trying to evaluate the effectiveness of Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) policies and programmes. Two as-pects of behaviour change are investigated: the driving factors and conditions for behaviour change towards SC and the ways in which governments can...
Policy Report
Author:
Qing
Tian
Masahisa
Sato
Hideki
Nakahara
Lee, So-Young
Kang, Jung Hwa
National and sub-national policy for Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) is one of the powerful instruments to influence sustainable consumption (SC) behaviour at both individual and organisational levels. This report addresses how to improve the capacity of policy makers and governments in formulating ESC policy. It also addresses the...
Discussion Paper
National and sub-national policy for Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) is one of the powerful instruments to influence sustainable consumption (SC) behaviour at both individual and organisational levels. This paper will address how to improve the capacity of policy makers and government officers in formulating ESC policy. It will also...
Conference Proceeding
PERL (Partnership for Education and research about Responsible Living) International Conference on "Enabling Responsible Living"
Author:
Midori
Aoyagi
Ke
Yang
Masahisa
Sato
Hideki
Nakahara
Lee, So-Young
The Partnership for Education and research about Responsible Living (PERL) held their first international conference “Enabling Responsible Living” on 14-15 March 2011 at Maltepe University in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference focused on the role of partnerships in enabling responsible living along with the contributions that can be made through...
Discussion Paper
9th Asia-Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP); 10-12 June 2010, Colombo, Sri Lanka
This paper investigates means to improve the conceptualisation and implementation of Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC). The main objective of this work is to establish a clear framework of how governments can advance sustainable consumption by influencing consumer behaviour, as is reflected in the primary research question for this paper:...
Book Chapter
In Sustainable Consumption and Production in the Asia-Pacific Region: Effective Responses in a Resource Constrained World
This chapter investigates government mechanisms for implementing strategic Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC). ESC is vital to increase individual participation in sustainable consumption, and also to provide the means for an individual to begin to incorporate the principles of sustainable development into everyday life. Specifically, this...
Policy Report
This is an Executive Summary of the FY2009 policy report - "Education for Sustainable Consumption in Northeast Asia: Strategies to promote and advance sustainable consumption". See policy report for full abstract. http://pub.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=2741 The policy report investigates means to improve the conceptualisation and...
Book Chapter
In Progress in implementing Educaiton for Sustainable Consumption: Comparision of three country case studies - Japan, Mexico and Mauritius
Remarks: Japan Case Study on Education for Sustainable Consumption (prepared for submission to CSD-18 by PERL) Compiled by Robert J. Didham; Education Policy Specialist, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies Information submitted directly by: Rieko Hanashiro (University of the Ryukyus); Teruo KOGU (Environmental Policy Bureau, Office of...
Policy Report
Policy Report
This policy report investigates means to improve the conceptualisation and implementation of Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC). The main objective of this work is to establish a clear framework of how governments can advance sustainable consumption by influencing consumer behaviour, as is reflected in the primary research question for...