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Below you can find a selection of UNESCO publications that are relevant in the context of TVET. For the full catalogue, please use the UNESCO Digital library.


Publisher/s:  UNESCO ILO UNEP
Published:  2016 in Paris, France
Licence: 
Standard copyright - All rights reserved
ISBN online:  978-92-3-100151-2

YouthXchange: green skills and lifestyles guidebook

The YouthXchange guidebooks provide young people with ideas, actions and starting points towards a sustainable world. With nearly half of the world’s population under the age of 25, most living in developing countries, just imagine the impact of young people as change agents in adopting more sustainable lifestyles. If we add together our small steps, we will move towards lifestyles that help sustain our planet, our global and our local communities.

Aims of the YXC Green Skills and Lifestyles Guidebook

  • Explore the links between the development of, and transition to, an inclusive green economy;
  • Inform young people about what an inclusive green economy is and introduce actions required to achieve it;
  • Help young people consider how a green economy can help create more sustainable lifestyles.


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