We recently celebrated the second year of existence of Mapting, our mobile app created with Soka Gakkai International. Therefore, we thought important to remind both its current and future users, the value of Mapting in the field of sustainable development and ethics. Overall, we can consider that Mapting is a tool that can be used... Continue Reading →
A Mapting How-to-Use-Guide
This guide walks you through the Mapting app step by step. Learn how to Snap and Map your sustainable actions while discovering the Sustainable Development Goals and how they relate to the Earth Charter Principles. To download Mapting go to: http://www.mapting.org/ To download the guide, click here, or visit our page here! Author: ECI Secretariat Year... Continue Reading →
Guaravito Sustentabilidad y Conservación
Guaravito Sustentabilidad y Conservación is a non-profit organization in Costa Rica that works to build peace through environmental protection and sustainable development. The Sustainable Development Goals are not well known by the general population, especially amongst the youth – and it is important to involve and educate young people in making the SDGs become a... Continue Reading →
Reflect and Respond on World Environment Day
As we approach the 2018 World Environment Day (WED) on Tuesday, 5 June, we invite you to adopt a sustainable lifestyle by consuming ethically, sustainably, and responsibly. As you consider ways to respond to the 2018 WED theme “Beat Plastic Pollution”, we encourage you to use two mobile phone apps to help you deeply reflect... Continue Reading →
New Mapting Version 2.0- Download on iOS or Android!
We are excited to announce our newest version of Mapting 2.0! Mapting is a free tool that invites users to look for everyday actions that people take which help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). While learning more about the SDGs users can find which Earth Charter Principles are linked to which SDGs. Mapting was officially launched at an event called “Youth boosting the promotion and implementation of the SDGs” held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 10 November 2016. After a year of being launched Mapting has had 8,295 downloads and 5,358 active users. The countries with the most activity are China, US, and India.
Mapting International Youth Day Photo Contest Winners!
Thank you for those who participated in our International Youth Day photo contest from 12- 19 August. We were looking for captivating images of SDG 16, Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions with engaging titles as well as those who used the hashtag #YouthDay or #Youth4Peace! The top 3 winners received either a full scholarship for... Continue Reading →
Highdr’O: A sustainable solution against the lack of water
Nowadays, more than 840 million people are suffering from starvation and malnutrition in the world. Even though this number has decreased for some developed countries, it remains relatively high in much of the world. Some alternatives have been found, however droughts persist and have become the main cause of starvation as without water, food cannot... Continue Reading →
Mapting Photo Contest for International Youth Day 12 August!
Participate in our next Mapting photo contest to celebrate International Youth Day on 12 August! The contest will run for a week from 12-19 August. This year’s theme is “Youth Peace Building”. Post a picture on Mapting of SDG 16, Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions with the hashtag #YouthDay or #Youth4Peace and the top 3... Continue Reading →