Basics of Bioconstruction

A Short Introduction to Eco-Technologies and Building with Earth

This e-learning course will teach you about traditional techniques in the field of environment and sustainability. By completing this course, you will understand the basic concepts of construction with earth systems and eco-technologies.

Everything Gardens

A Beginner’s Course for Growing an Edible Ecosystem in a Sustainable Way

Earth Advocacy and Living Soils

This is an online course built for young people who want to engage with Earth advocacy. The course has four main elements, which surround the core advocacy tool: the Soil4Life Manifesto.

1 – Essential knowledge about living soils and soil biodiversity (Module 1)

2 – Core knowledge and skills for Earth advocacy (Modules 3 & 4)

3 – Stories from the field that show best practices (Module 5)

4 – Practical assignments for advocating for our soil (Module 6)

Soil Management Toolkit

The dirt below our feet plays a critical part in our interconnected and living planet´s ecosystem. There are many solutions, large and small and this Soil4Life Toolkit aims to support learning and motivate people to take actions (however large or small) that positively contribute to the regeneration and restoration of our soil and greater environments.

Food Production Toolkit

IVS for Climate Justice Impact Assessment Report

Climate for Peace Workcamps Guidelines

In this toolkit background information is given on the campaign, climate justice, how SCI started implementing solutions and tools are suggested to enhance and spread skills necessary for sustaining a climate campaign. The publication is aimed at providing ideas, basic knowledge, practices and skills, inspiration and practical tools (study part) to support the educational activities within SCI on Climate Justice or within any volunteering project. The content can support the mainstreaming of the topic within your organisation and further activities, the collection of tools, workshops and ideas for a study part. The suggested activities vary in length, preparation time and level, meaning you can apply them according to the audience or participants of your diverse activities. Mostly we wish to inspire and increase the awareness within the movement and beyond on the topic, the manual is yours to use, as together we are the vehicles for change.

Climate for Peace Position Paper

A Daily Plate of Peace and Non-violence (Cookbook for Project Coordinators)

The cookbook is divided into two large chapters in which tips and tricks for conscious cooking in groups are given and many recipes for a plant-based, regional and seasonal diet during group projects are presented. The cookbook is addressed to everyone who wants to cook in a responsible way with groups of young people or adults.

A Daily Plate of Peace and Non-violence (Toolkit for Project Coordinators)

The toolkit is divided into four large chapters in which tips and tricks for conscious cooking in groups are presented, many methods of non-formal education on the topic are explained, background knowledge is summarized and references to other interesting materials are given. The toolkit is addressed to everyone who wants to work with young people, adults and groups on the problems, effects and alternatives of our food system.

Sustainability Handbook for SCC Volunteers

What is sustainability? Often times, when we think about sustainability, we relate this concept to the environment. However, this concept is actually broader and includes area relating to the social and economic dimensions as well. According to the Québec’s Sustainable Development Act, “Quality of life is recognized as being able to live in healthy surroundings (the environmental dimension), with adequate standard of living (the economic dimension) and a way of life that is physically, intellectually and morally satisfying (the social dimension).”

Greening the Youth Sector: Sustainability Checklist

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