The Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany shared the conference paper of the “European Forum on Science & Education for Sustainability” (EFSES) which was held on 6 October 2020 as part of the Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
With around 2,400 participants from 64 countries, the conference was a great success and the organisers are grateful to the representatives from the European Commission for their important contribution to the conference.
During the conference, the participants discussed how education and research can provide fresh stimulus for building a sustainable and innovative Europe. Discussions focussed on the important topics of climate neutrality, social inequalities, education for sustainable development and the circular economy.
The final result of the EFSES conference – the conference paper has been published. The paper sums up the most valuable recommendations made by the EFSES participants.
You can download the conference paper from the EFSES website, where you can also find a collection of highlights from the conference including a short video summary of the event.