Good Life Goals and Anatomy of Action One-Page Comparison Brief
The “Sustainable Lifestyles and Education (SLE) frameworks and tools” working group presents in this one pager its two main tools, the Good Life Goals (GLG) and the Anatomy of Action (AoA).
Both frameworks are based on science, easy to understand, didactic and fun. The key difference is that the GLG gives a great overview of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and what one can do to address each of these 17 goals, while the AoA focuses primarily on SDG 12 and looks at what one can do in their daily life to reduce their environmental impact on the planet.
The Good Life Goals are a set of personal actions that people around the world can take to help support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are lifestyle asks for individuals that are carefully aligned with the SDGs 169 targets and indicators.
The Anatomy of Action outlines the top-level changes any individual can make to support the growing shift to global sustainability. It is a scientific and evidence-based framework, as well as a social media toolkit 15 actions across 5 lifestyle domains (food, stuff, move, money and fun).
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