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  1. Rethink the idea of welfare, based on the principles of sustainability and social justice.
  2. Establish the causes and consequences of our current way of life, based on an analysis of our daily consumption habits in order to understand the unsustainable effects it has on people’s lives and on the planet.
  3. Learn about and recognize alternative ways of life and consumption that show more respect for people and the environment.
  4. Promote individual and collective actions in daily habits, respecting social and environmental stability.


  1. The concepts of welfare and development from a social and environmental perspective.
  2. Current models of production, and access to four basic welfare and sustainability items: water, energy, food and wealth.
  3. Relationship between our consumption habits regarding the four items mentioned above and their environmental and social consequences.
  4. Responsible consumption: ways and alternatives (a production model which shows respect for the environment, fair wages, gender equality, against child labor, etc.).
  5. Individual and collective proposals and initiatives that promote sustainable welfare within households, locally and globally.