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The Mediterranean prominent in the Final Report of the UN Decade of ESD (2005-2014)

on 17 Nov 2014.

The Final Report of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) entitled "Shaping the Future We Want" prominently refers to the Mediterranean Strategy on ESD as a success on a global scale! The Strategy was endorsed in May 2014 by the UfM Ministers in charge of Environment and Climate Change. The Report was formally presented by UNESCO's Director General in Nagoya during the Opening Ceremony of the World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development.

The Final Report of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) entitled "Shaping the Future We Want" prominently refers to the Mediterranean Strategy on ESD as a success on a global scale! The Strategy was endorsed in May 2014 by the UfM Ministers in charge of Environment and Climate Change. The Report was formally presented by UNESCO's Director General in Nagoya during the Opening Ceremony of the World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development.

©Ai Ito, Mansai Nomura performing traditional Japanese Kyogen at the opening of the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development in Aichi-Nagoya, November 2014.

This report is in fact the final monitoring and evaluation of the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), which has activated hundreds of thousands of people to reorient education globally towards a central goal: to learn to live and work sustainably. ESD has spread across all levels and areas of education, in all regions of the world and is widely considered key in supporting sustainable development. It mentions that "Perhaps one of the most significant lessons learned during the Decade is that strong political leadership is instrumental to advancing ESD. Leadership is essential for moving from policy commitments and demonstration projects to full implementation across the curriculum, teaching and operations, whether in formal systems or in non-formal learning and public awareness raising."

Through the technical, political and financial support of the H2020 Initiative, the region was able to show this leadership role in terms of the Mediterranean Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development. On page 37, under the heading of "Policy: ESD Actions around the World" the first entry is "The Mediterranean Strategy on ESD (MSESD)". The Strategy, Horizon 2020 and the UfM are again mentioned on page 47.

A Horizon2020 publication in English, French and Arabic dedicated to the MSESD is also available at:

http://h2020.net/resources/publications/finish/67-publications/2930-mediterranean-strategy-on-education-for-sustainable-development.html

You can in addition access the Aichi-Nagoya Declaration on Education for Sustainable Development here.

 

L'Initiative Horizon 2020

La mer Méditerranée, la plus grande des mers européennes semi-fermées, borde 21 pays partageant un littoral qui s'étend sur 46 000 km. La région, dont la population s'élève à près de 480 millions de personnes, fait face à de considérables défis en matière d'environnement. En 2006, ‘l'Initiative Horizon 2020’ a été lancée en invitant toutes les parties prenantes à s'engager à réunir leurs efforts afin de réduire sensiblement la pollution en Méditerranée à l'horizon 2020. Elles lutteront ainsi contre les sources de pollution qui sont considérées comme responsables de près de 80% de la pollution globale de la mer Méditerranée : déchets municipaux, eaux usées urbaines et pollution industrielle.

Realisations

6 indicateurs communs

6 indicateurs communs et bientôt plus...

Projets d'investissement

Projets d'investissement facilités par le processus

4 000 personnes

Plus de 4 000 personnes formées dans 14 pays de la Méditerranée

L'Initiative Horizon 2020 pour une Méditerranée plus propre d'ici 2020

Publiée en 2014,  la vidéo Horizon 2020 met en avant les efforts de l'Initiative et les résultats obtenus dans différentes zones de la Méditerranée. La vidéo de 48 minutes et 11 secondes est disponible en format HD et assure ainsi une haute qualité d'image. La vidéo se trouve également sur Youtube : https://youtu.be/YTaNbpRerpE

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