Sustainable Consumption and Production

How to waste less? How to make consumption and production processes more ethical and sustainable? In this interview we talk about the importance of responsible production and consumption practices with the European Parliament Deputy Lukas Mandl and with the experts from the Polish SOS Food Bank: Agata Szczebyło and Magdalena Krajewska.


Working with Adult Learners at Risk of Exclusion

What is the connection between adult education and the SGS? How can educators promote sustainability as a way for empowering learners and risk, encouraging them to live a more active, healthy, and balanced life? In this interview Katarzyna Pyza, president of SIMUL Organisation presents some of the best practices implemented by her NGO in Poland. Agata Wasilewska, mayor of the city of Sochaczew talks about the importance of local community for promoting sustainability. 

Teaching about SDGs

Polish educational expert Małgorzata Wyspiańska talks about the importance of innovation in education for teaching future generations about SDGs and sustainable life.



In this interview Marco Aiena – one of the members of Amnesty International in Lecce, Italy – talks about why it is important to think of activism as the way of living and how promoting activism can contribute to making our communities more sustainable, responsible, and ethical.

Quality Education

Investments and joint efforts to raise the quality of our educational system can bring substantial positive change in people’s lives. Educational expert Angela de Lorentiis from the Provintional Center for Adult Education in Lecce, Italy, talks about how education can serve as a powerful way for supporting and empowering adult learners at risk of exclusion.