How to Make Sustainable Living the New Normal. An...

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Emerging media and cultural influencers are becoming increasingly effective change agents for individuals. This publication taps into the strategic power of media and the effect it can have to promote more sustainable lifestyles. The Good Life Goals (GLGs) were employed as an example to demonstrate how to continuously track the effective way individuals take in information. The publication concludes with defined and developed actionable communication plans to promote more sustainable living globally.
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OECD- UN Environment. The New Normal. An expert...

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This publication highlights outcomes of discussions of 30 experts from government, international organisations, media, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector and research institutions on how to better promote more sustainable living and lifestyles to individuals. To tackle these ideas, experts reverted back to the question: ‘If you were in the elevator with the Minister of Environment, what would be your pitch to “make sustainability happen”?’ and ultimately shared their policy options.
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Fostering and Communicating Sustainable Lifestyles:...

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This UN Environment report sets out a four-step strategy roadmap for fostering and communicating sustainable lifestyles, illustrated by 16 initiatives and campaigns from around the world. The report details eight operating principles and tips on how to apply them. The ultimate goal is to create tangible changes in the way people live their daily lives. This is the full report which includes concluding reflections; details on the principles; a workshop summary; and suggested additional resources.
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Fostering and Communicating Sustainable Lifestyles:...

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This report sets out a strategy roadmap for fostering and communicating sustainable lifestyles, illustrated by 16 initiatives and campaigns from around the world. The report details eight operating principles and tips on how to apply them. The ultimate goal is to create tangible changes in the way people live their daily lives.This is the report summary. The full report includes concluding reflections; details on the principles; a workshop summary; and suggested additional resources.
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Sustainable Lifestyles - A Synergy

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Our lifestyles are a synergy of food, housing, mobility, consumption and leisure. We make decisions every day concerning these domains. In order to shift to a sustainable lifestyle, we must consider the implications of our choices.
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Sustainable Lifestyles - Persuade Companies!

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Asking companies with large environmental impacts to change practices and operations as well as enhancing standards influences the culture surrounding sustainable living systems.
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Sustainable Lifestyles - Ask Questions!

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Promote and encourage the transition to a sustainable living system by asking questions and considering the impact of your investments.
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Sustainable Lifestyles - Mobility

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Mobility is an integral component of your everyday lifestyle. Consider the impact of your chosen means as well as the necessity of mobility decisions on the surrounding environment as well as your personal health.
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Sustainable Lifestyles - Consumption Patterns

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The decisions we make on a daily basis regarding how we consume and what products we choose to consume shape our lifestyles. Our consumption decisions and habits have implications on the stability and resilience of our global systems.
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WBCSD Sustainable Lifestyles Report: India

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Report on the WBCSD and CII Sustainable Lifestyles workshop held in Bangalore in July 2015. It summarises workshop discussions, and extensive supporting research compiled by CSCP, on where the highest consumption impacts are occurring in key lifestyle areas in India, suggesting areas where business can begin to uncover solutions that reduce the lifestyle impacts.
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THE GOOD LIFE 2.0 PLAYBOOK (US Edition)

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The Good Life 2.0 Playbook is designed to inspire brand teams (and other stakeholders), showing that they can promote aspirations that are in line with happier lifestyles (that are also more sustainable). It is not a guide for marketing sustainable products, it does not define a Sustainable Lifestyle, nor should it be used to try and communicate to people how they should live. We need to shift aspirations as well as behaviours in the transition towards cleaner, smarter, and healthier lives.
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UNESCO roadmap for implementing the Global Action...

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The Roadmap communicates the Global Action Programme (GAP) on ESD endorsed by UNESCO Member States (37 C/Resolution 12) and acknowledged by the UN General Assembly (resolutions 69/211 and 70/209) to decision-makers, stakeholders and actors, and provides suggestions for the implementation of the GAP, as well as details on UNESCO’s role.
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