The Importance Of Culture For Sustainability

Sustainability is generally associated to sustainable development, which is based on the three-pillars model. These pillars are: the social, environmental and economic ones. Due to its very transformative and processual qualities, culture might not provide a renewed model for sustainability. Learn more about it with our video! This video was produced by: Andressa Schröder. Responsibility for the accuracy of the content provided resides solely with the authors. This video was created in the context of the UNSSC and simpleshow foundation Volunteer Initiative: https://simpleshow-foundation.org/volunteer/ Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/mysimpleshow

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