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    Tracking the Interlinkages across SDGs: The Case of Hill Centered Education Network in Bogota, Colombia

    Andreoni, Valeria ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9101-4429 and Ruiz Vargas, Valeria (2020) Tracking the Interlinkages across SDGs: The Case of Hill Centered Education Network in Bogota, Colombia. Sustainability, 12 (19). p. 7924.

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    Abstract

    The main objective of this paper is to use the successful example of the Hill Centered Education Network in Bogota, Colombia, to discuss the role that education and bottom-up initiatives can have in the integrated implementation of the 2030 Agenda. Founded in 2015 by a team of three organisations, the Bogota Hill Network includes today more than 100 schools, 21 non-governmental organisations and three governmental agencies. Oriented to promote ecological conservation through education, the network uses the natural ecosystems of the city as a learning environment where collaborative projects are created and implemented. By involving a large number of pupils with different socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, the initiative has been able to promote equality and inclusion while developing environmental stewardship of students and communities. The achievements of the projects, together with the main opportunities and challenges, are used in this paper to map the interlinkages across targets and goals and to discuss the role of education in the development of integrated partnerships across a wide range of sustainability dimensions. From a policy perspective, the discussion of the bottom-up initiatives and the identification of successful examples can support the design of policies and the replication of sustainability initiatives.

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