Work with others, responsively and inclusively, while remaining aware of personal beliefs and values (yours and theirs), to achieve resilient infrastructure and inclusive and sustainable industrialization and innovation.
Students research developments in a chosen country regarding social (People), ecological (Planet) and economical (Prosperity) aspects. What has changed? What has stayed the same? What was the result of actual policy? Compare with developments under previous governments.
Discuss findings and relations between social, ecological and economic policy. Share and compare viewpoints and suggestions with rationale amongst the group.
Useful websites: BBC’s reality check, National Geographic and The Balance.