NORDPLUS Higher Education 2022 Application guidelines of the project “THE SOCIAL DILEMMAS OF GREENER FUTURE”
A Greener Future has become one of the most important concerns globally. The Newtwork aim to equip social work study programs (Bac/Mag) with relevant skills to expand knolwedge connected with Greener Future. To do corporate actions in teaching an integral approach to Greener Future from natural, social, political, humanitarian, axiological, and practical social work perspectives.
- “Environmentalization” of education of social workers,
- Innovative tools – Science Theater as a form of social learning,
- Intensive Course using innovative Methodology of Integrative Theology.
March 2023 – held in European Christian Academy.
- Introduction. “Tell me what you think about the environment”. Students express their values using calligraphy (led by assist.prof. George van Durtanosky, Germany). What is European; wjat is global; what is spiritual and value-lead attitude to the God’s created world?
- Narrative insurgency to look for common Nordic/Baltic goodness. Roadmap of risks. Empowerment for others.
- Cognitive imperatives on green future. Nordic/Baltic psychological and social dilemmas. Key policies on environment 2050.
- Circular Economy. Model for sustainability in the use of resources. Ethical choices for humanity.
- Social dimensions on greener future. Strategic Foresight for social workers.
- Outputs: Discussion on “Rethinking the Environment Future” (COP26).
- Nordic countries leading the way in the green transition. Israel Public Policy Institute. Karin Jensen (explainer), Apr 4, 2023 Environment & Sustainability, Future Society
- Nordic Council of Ministers. A Good Life in a Sustainable Nordic Regions: Nordic Strategy for Sustainable Development 2013-2025
- Nordic Council of Ministers. The Nordic Countries in the Green Transition – More than just neighbors (Tine Sundtoft). Strategic recommendations for Nordic co-operations on the environment and climate in the run-up to 2030
- Find the value in each and every thing. ECO BALTIA – development-oriented group of companies (Latvia)
- “Consumer Readiness to Reduce Meat Consumption for the Purpose of Environmental Sustainability: Insights from Norway” (Austgulen, Marthe Hårvik, Silje Elisabeth Skuland, Alexander Schjøll, and Frode Alfnes). Sustainability 2018, 10, no. 9: 3058