• Thinking and Acting in a Disrupted World: Governance, Environment and People

    Author(s):
    André Francisco Pilon (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Group(s):
    Environmental Humanities
    Subject(s):
    Education, Biopolitics, Environmental humanities, Bioethics, Governance
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    educational spaces, Sustainable Development Goals, Ecosystems, International Political Economy
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/5stm-3561
    Abstract:
    Political, economic, social and cultural regeneration is an essential condition for the regeneration of natural and built environments. Earth recovery and mankind recovery are complementary aspects and should be dealt with simultaneously, in space and time, for their mutual support. Environmental problems should be defined through an integrated, ecosystem lens: nature restoration cannot be achieved without human restoration. New spaces for enlightened participation and discussion should be opened in the socio-cultural learning niches, both in the academia and in society in general. Grappling with the political, economic and cultural contexts will be a key factor to unlocking more of the potential impact of these efforts.
    Notes:
    I thought that this publications would be interesting in view of an integrative ecosystem approach to education, public policies, environment, quality of life and the state of the world. This publication reflects my interventions at different levels, in view of the activities of the entities I am affiliated with (UNCCD. IPBES and others fora)
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