This guide walks you through the Mapting app step by step. Learn how to Snap and Map your sustainable actions while discovering the Sustainable Development Goals and how they relate to the Earth Charter Principles. To download Mapting go to: http://www.mapting.org/
The article: “The Global Pact for the Environment as a Next Step on the Way Forward for the Earth Charter”assesses the possible contribution of the Global Pact for the Environment that is being promoted as a new legally binding instrument into the process of further implementation of the principles of the Earth Charter as an ethical foundation of the global community.
Articles by Nelly Kostoulas-Makrakis, Associate professor of Teaching Methodology and Education for Sustainable Development at the University of Crete.
Earth Charter Brochure in Italian
Fondazione Cogeme Onlus, Italy
La Carta della Terra
Online Certificate on Education for Sustainable Development brochure
This unique programme is designed to provide participants with the understanding, knowledge, and skills to integrate Education for Sustainable Development and Education for Global Citizenship into classrooms, schools, and curricula with depth and creativity. Unlike most programmes in sustainability, in these courses the Earth Charter (EC) is used as a central feature of this approach. The EC provides a broad, inclusive and powerful values-based orientation that can be infused within the missions and purposes of most educational programmes.
Earth Charter International Brochure 2018
Mapting Flyer ENG
Infographics mapping of the Earth Charter Global Movement, Active in 89 countries (Updated to 2017)
Cartografía del movimiento mundial de la Carta de la Tierra, Activo en 89 países (Actualizado al 2017)
Cartographie du mouvement mondial de la Charte de la Terre, Actif dans 89 pays (2017)
This brochure was produced by Earth Charter Australia Committee, which works under the United Nations Association of Australia. This brochure was finalized in 2017
Report of a research to assess the impact of “Seeds of Hope” exhibition. The research was carried out by the Center of Environment Education (CEE) in India, in collaboration with Soka Gakkai International.