The City of Victoria, in British Columbia, Canada, endorsed the Earth Charter in June 2017
The Earth Charter in rural areas from the actions of agro industries. Thesis submitted as partial requirement for the Masters degree at University of Ceara, Brazil.
La Secretaria se complace en hacerle llegar esta publicacion de veinte casos de la Carta de la Tierra en movimiento; diez en educacion y diez relacionados con comunidades locales.
This publication offers a story of how the Earth Charter has been used in educational settings of the Bioma Institute, Brazil.
EarthCat, the Earth Charter Community Action Tool, is a software tool developed for use by communities interested in developing sustainability programs and is available for use free of charge.
It is a guide designed to provide communities with a framework that permits them to identify their own priorities and approaches as they work towards a sustainable future.
EarthCat provides a clear methodology to take in defining goals and targets, developing strategies, and measuring progress. It is an easy-to-use tool that provides practical instruction and theoretical background for every step.
EarthCAT was developed by the Earth Charter Partnership for Sustainable Communities (ECPSC). ECPSC is a partnership consisting of the Earth Charter Secretariat, Global Community Initiatives, the World Resources Institute and communities and organizations around the world.
This report defines the concept of sustainability around the principles of the Earth Charter, and what it may mean for New Zealand
This outlines the way in which the City of Joondalup utilized the Earth Charter as a reference in its strategic planning process.
Este es un reporte del encuentro con los funcionarios de la Municipalidad del Canton de Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica con el fin de iniciar el proceso de analisis, sensibilizacion y capacitacion. Este encuentro tuvo lugar el dia 9 de mayo del 2003, en las instalaciones del gimnasio Municipal del Canton de Santo Domingo de Heredia.
This paper discusses “[…] the effort of the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia to engage the Earth Charter as a roadmap to a new kind of society.”
Their membership is made of up to 350 cities, towns and counties around the world, which have formally endorsed the Earth Charter during its tenth anniversary at the World Congress in Wittenberg, Germany.