Can you imagine a life without paper?


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Can you imagine a life without paper?

Main Topic

Biodiversity and Ecosystem impacts


Specific topic (e.g., focusing on a particular topic)



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Audience Education Level

Teacher educators & curriculum advisors (teacher pd)
College or university lecturers
Learners grades 4-6
Learners grades 7-9
Learners grades 10-12
Students (college/university)

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South Africa

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Science Approaches

Social-ecological risk and resilience
ESD and ESD learning processes
Change-oriented and action learning

Learning Approaches

Service learning - (type of experiential learning by doing work in community)

Includes References


Suggested Usefulness

Indigenous Voice

Yes. Local context, Indigenous knowledge systems

Women and Children Agency

Yes. Men and women equally contribute to the story of biomass energy and the benefits of recycling.

Social Inclusion

Yes. In South Africa, homes and industries are encouraged to go through the process of waste sorting in order to save landfill space and live cleaner lives.

Entrepreneurial Opportunities


Sustainable Development Goal

SDG 1 - No Poverty
SDG 2 - Zero Hunger
SDG 6 - Clean Water & Sanitation
SDG 7 - Affordable & Clean Energy
SDG9 - Industry
Innovation & Infrastructure
SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities & Communities
SDG 12 - Responsible Production & Consumption
SDG 15 - Life on Land

Strategic Planning Competency Areas

Global citizenship

Normative Competency Areas

Global citizenship
Cultural diversity

Anticipatory Skills Competency Areas

Human rights
Global citizenship

Systems Thinking Competency Areas

Culture of peace and non-violence

Intrapersonal Competency Areas

Global citizenship

Action Competency Areas

Human rights
Global citizenship


Universal responsibility - (sense of global responsibility)
Earth love - (respect Earth and life in all its diversity)
Earth limits - (focuses on respecting planetary boundaries of Earth)

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