[Autom. eng. transl.] Sustainable development, as a normative and ethical framework, introduces the notion of individual and collective responsibility into the debate on safeguarding the terrestrial ecosystem and questions the world we want to leave to our children, calling into question ends, objectives, ways in which it takes place human formation. Educating the young generations to take care of themselves, of others, of the planet configures an inescapable theme in substantiating the promotion of human rights and democratic practices, requires the acquisition of a growing awareness of the value of the moral principles that govern coexistence civil. The challenge of sustainability is a question connected with relationships and the right to life, with the legality and the very possibility of the survival of the human race in the future. The pedagogical planning for sustainability, in orienting value choices and lifestyles, promotes the ethical formation of the new generations, witnessing the "pleasure of legality", the sense of the common good. In the choral commitment to young people it is possible to configure the ethical and anthropological renewal that sustainability requires, beyond the culture of indifference and irresponsibility.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Educating young people in sustainable development: for a culture of legality|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|