B1: Sustainable Development (summary)

This module covers the topic "Sustainable Development" and deals with the question of what sustainable development actually stands for before moving on to describing the process of sustainability and to identifying the challenges facing the economy. The two closing components discuss internal and external processes relating to future-compliant activities in the crafts sector.

Appropriately the module "Sustainable Development" consists of the following five parts:

→ B1: Sustainable Development

Materials:

Component A: What is sustainable development?
B1-A1: Sustainable development
B1-A2: The ecological footprint
B1-A3: Sustainability - what is it? Opinions from the general public
B1-A4: What do we give to the next generation?
B1-A5: Cross-linking of processes - the magic triangle

Component B: The sustainability process
B1-B1: The boomerang - for sustainable fairness
B1-B2: Sustainable consumption and production
B1-B3: Milestone AGENDA 21
B1-B4: Perspectives for Europe

Component C: Sustainable development - challenges for business
B1-C1: Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
B1-C2: Resource efficiency
B1-C3: Institutions for sustainability management in Europe
B1-C4: Sustainability in the crafts sector - sustainable product cycle

Component D: Future-compliant activities in the crafts sector - internal processes
B1-D1: Demands on the craftsmen of tomorrow
B1-D2: Criteria for sustainability in the crafts sector
B1-D3: Challenges of sustainable action in the crafts sector
B1-D4: Profession with a future - the solar industrialist
B1-D5: Learning partnerships - regional responsible acting

Component E: Future-compliant activities in the crafts sector - external processes
B1-E1: Regional economic cycles - sustainability in the region
B1-E2: Profiting from clusters
B1-E3: Eco-labels