Today’s global society faces major challenges in achieving the SDGs, including sustainable resource use, social equality, and providing access to good education, health and human well-being for all.
What can we learn from the communities of the world, from our evolutionary history, from our everyday behaviors and experiences, and from other living beings about how to master these challenges of cooperation and sustainability?
Research from biology, economics, anthropology, behavioral and sustainability science provides insights into the conditions and principles for the sustainable development of communities across contexts.
A fun and easy read, this guide (2nd Edition, 2020) will walk you through the big picture of current scientific thinking across evolution, behavior and sustainability science, in ways that are relevant for students of all ages, across traditional school subjects.
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