Each school will be supported by a single point of contact for Research, Development and Specialist Expertise by their regional universities; Business Planning and Management through a regional consultant contact; and the UN Sustainable Development Goals through a regional United Nations Youth contact.
Role of Regional Universities
Regional universities will be selected to support each EcoZone regional school as part of each university’s community engagement program from 28 November 2016 to 31 July 2017.
How will the regional universities operate within the program?
Regional universities will be invited to apply for the program following the launch event on 12 August 2016 based on their background in sustainability and management expertise as well as their interest and passion for local, regional and global sustainability.
This role will be to coordinate identification and access to expertise to support the 12 Plan for the Planet Challenges / Opportunities. For details call the Young Australians’ Plan for the Planet Contact information number.
Young Australians’ Plan for the Planet
|Global Sustainability Agenda||United Nations|
Sustainable Development Goals
|Young Australians’ Plan for the Planet: Student Focus Areas (and associated United Nations SDG’s)|
|People||No Poverty (1)||Poverty|
• No Poverty
|Zero Hunger (2)|
Clean Water and Sanitation (6)
|Water & Food Security|
• Zero Hunger
• Clean Water and Sanitation
|Good Health and Wellbeing (3)||Global Health|
• Good Health and Wellbeing
|Quality Education (4)||Global Education|
• Quality Education
|Gender Equality (5)|
Reduced Inequalities (10)
• Gender Equality
• Reduced Inequalities
|Prosperity||Decent Work and Economic Growth (8)|
Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (9)
Responsible Consumption & Production (12)
| Economic Sustainability|
• Decent Work and Economic Growth
• Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
• Responsible Consumption & Production
|Sustainable Cities and Communities (11)||Sustainable Cities and Communities|
• Sustainable Cities and Communities
|Planet||Affordable and Clean Energy (7)||Energy|
• Affordable and Clean Energy
|Climate Action (13)||Climate Action|
• Climate Action
|Life below Water (14)|
Life on Land (15)
• Life below Water
• Life on Land
|Peace||Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions (16)|| Peace|
• Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
|Partnership||Partnerships for the Goals (17)||Partnerships|
• Partnerships for the Goals
• Partnerships for the Student Focus Areas
The program will be supported by a dedicated Plan for the Planet website which will be linked into each university, and provide the relevant single point of contact.
Role of Regional Consultants
Regional consultants will be selected for the program following the launch event on 12 August 2016 based on their background in the key business support areas – business planning and management, leadership and teamwork – as well as their interest and passion for local, regional and global sustainability.
How will the regional consultants operate within the program?
Each regional consultant will coordinate identification and access to expertise to support the development and integration of the 12 Plan for the Planet Challenges / Opportunities into the regional EcoZone and National Plans.
The program will be supported by a dedicated Plan for the Planet website which will be linked into each regional consultancy practice, and provide the relevant single point of contact.