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Objectives:

  1. Rethink the concepts of growth and development, based on the principles of environmental sustainability and social justice.
  2. Understand what impacts it has on society and the environment, based on a critical analysis of the current model of production, consumption and access to basic resources.
  3. Learn about and recognize alternative habits and ways of life and consumption that show more respect for people and the environment at both the micro and macro level.
  4. Promote the generation of individual and collective alternatives and action proposals that bring about change in our ways of life, allowing for both social and environmental sustainable development.

Contents:

  1. Analysis of the concept of development and the limits of economic growth from a social and environmental perspective.
  2. Approach to the current rationale underlying production, distribution and consumption regarding four basic welfare and sustainability items: water, energy, food and wealth.
  3. Analysis of the impact of current consumption trends from the perspective of sustainability.
  4. Examples and research on individual and collective alternative ways of life, production and consumption that are more just and sustainable.
  5. Individual and collective proposals and initiatives that promote sustainable development within households, locally and globally.