The Entrepreneurship Campus is an activity within the framework of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future

Education for Sustainable Development

How changes in the ways we learn are going to change the way how we think? Education for Sustainable Development aims at achieving this by making key issues related to sustainable development such as poverty alleviation, climate change, sustainable production and consumption, biodiversity loss part of education.

While millions of people of different ages around the world still don’t have access to education, ESD focusses on enabling people in and out of schools to develop much-needed skills. Those skills will help them improve the quality of their lives and to take action for ensuring better life quality for the coming generations.
Financial resources, legal frameworks, and technological efficiency are crucial to sustainability, yet nothing helps more than a mindset/behavior change.

How can you contribute to promoting ESD?

Every day we see a considerable number of ideas and projects submitted to our competitions that champion SDG 4: Quality Education. They not only focus on increasing access to education and skills acquisition, and on promoting lifelong learning, but also on teacher education.

The solutions that they propose are relevant to global problems. The latter not only are human-generated issues but at the same time, they’re too complex and intractable to unravel. To solve them, it is required that the environmental, social, economic, and many other approaches are involved in the education curricula.

First, children and youth need to understand how those complex issues are connected. No one can provide a solution to a specific problem by focusing only on that issue because it can be related to many other problems, and it is a problem in other parts of the world. There is a need to think globally. The fact that a problem is affecting a country on the other side of the planet doesn’t mean that it isn’t our problem. A sustainable world is possible through local action and cooperation. Trained teachers can help them do it.

ESD helps to shape informed and trained groups of people of different ages that can bring social, and political changes for sustainable development.

No matter what goal your idea or project champions, you can contribute to education for sustainable development.
Remember that education is a human right that has the power to transform the world.
ESD has the potential to change attitudes and behaviors through training, know-how, skills acquisition, creativity, and inventiveness.

If you are interested in entrepreneurship, you can take the free online training provided by the Entrepreneurship Campus, and share what you learn with other people that don’t have access internet access or don’t speak English. The online courses help to create a mindset that can be implemented everywhere where change and progress are needed.

If you have an idea or run a project that champions the SDG or sustainable development in the travel and tourism sectors, there is still time to join our competitions.

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  1. Quality Education is very pertinent because it breaks the barriers of the process of poverty and gender inequality, likewise, promote an inclusive society. By providing access to quality education, people can be more educated in their communities and also it brings about social change and enterprise. Our project promotes SDGs 4 and 8 in that, we are on a mission to train at least 2 out of school children annually which means one year of basic schooling for a child currently out of school and at least 300 youths yearly thereby, promoting Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). By so doing, our project is helping out to create an educative community and society.

    • So agree, education effects a lot on poverty, and as soon as we take an action, the future population will have a better live too.

  2. I couldn’t agree more. Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development. At MotherCare help, we extend maternal health / nutrition education to the community; i am happy to be using ESD to achieve SDG 3

  3. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
    Nelson Mandela

  4. This also proves that the pen is mightier than the sword!!

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  18. As an active vanguard in Entrepreneurship Campus 2019, one of my ninety four key nuggets to illuminate campus path is not only igniting the entrepreneurship designs and spirit of collaboration among my fellow members, but also supporting, giving recommendations to their ideas and projects in order to further improve so that they will be able to turn into fruition in the market.
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  19. Quality education is the right of all. Countries like Finland has schools which provide quality education and is leading in the world in education system. We all must learn from their curriculum. I had submitted an idea which mainly focuses on SDGs like quality education and good health-well being. Today’s youth have the power to bring a revolution in education sector which is the need of the hour. One should constantly be engaged in reforms and new techniques besides paper-pen tests, memory building, academic lessons (which are often boring and in outdated way) etc. New things should be added.
    There should emphasis on ‘how and what to think’.
    Children and teachers should enjoy their job and not feel it like routine burden. Learning should be made fun without frown on students’ heads. They should be prepared for life and not just for interviews and exams in their career.
    And I am here on the journey to make an effort to change million lives with simple living and high thinking.

  20. The UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of providing universal primary education to all and eliminating gender inequities, has propelled many nations and multi-governmental organizations to boost educational spending. But the work is not easy, and many countries are falling short of achieving these goals, particularly the 2015 target date that was set when the goals were adopted in 2000.

    Today, around the globe, an estimated 61 million primary-aged children are out of school, almost half of them in conflict-affected poor countries. Too often, even those students who do go to school finish without basic literacy and numeracy skills: it is estimated that 250 million children can’t read, write or count well.

  21. As Nelson Mandela says, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

    Education is the key to eliminating gender inequality, to reducing poverty, to creating a sustainable planet, to preventing needless deaths and illness, and to fostering peace. And in a knowledge economy, education is the new currency by which nations maintain economic competitiveness and global prosperity.

    Education is an investment, and one of the most critical investments we can make.

  22. Expanding educational access for girls is not just an urgent economic and social need. In many cases, it is literally a matter of life and death. A mother who can read can better protect her children from chronic illnesses, from AIDS, and from dying young. A child born to a mother who can read is 50 percent more likely to survive past age five. And in Africa’s poorest states, UNESCO projects that the lives of 1.8 million children could have been saved if their mothers had at least a secondary education.

  23. In announcing his Global Education First initiative, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon reminded us that, “We cannot afford to waste the talents of a generation.” He related this to his own experience growing up in the Republic of Korea as it recovered from the war. “People today often ask about my country’s transformation from poverty to prosperity. Without hesitation, I answer that education was the key”

  24. Education is the foundation of peace and prosperity. I can’t imagine a better world without a global commitment to providing better education for women and youth and I urge all of us to reinvigorate our efforts to accelerate progress in improving access, quality and student achievement worldwide

  25. As an active vanguard in Entrepreneurship Campus 2019, one of my ninety four key nuggets to illuminate campus path is not only igniting the entrepreneurship designs and spirit of collaboration among my fellow members, but also supporting, giving recommendations to their ideas and projects in order to further improve so that they will be able to turn into fruition in the market.
    Myself entrepreneurship mission is to bring smiles to the world and stillness in my heart while my entrepreneurship job is simply to educates campus members about the DARJEELING TEA GARDEN MAP that twenty five province at Himalayan among the sixty nine are where the plantation of the Darjeeling tea are been planted and they are identified by plant at the side and one of them is Sourenee and I am fostering and amplifying entrepreneurship education across campus intuitively now and with no string attached to it. I learned this in Brains versus Capital by Professor Gunter Faltin.
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  26. As the number 1 school of Education in the UK, the University of Sheffield recognises at a high level the importance of education in today´s world through its Postgraduate Programme in Education. This one year full-time programme is designed for students who do not have professional experience in teaching, but are interested in theory and research relating to learning, teaching and assessment and educational policy.

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  28. As an active vanguard in Entrepreneurship Campus 2019, one of my ninety four key nuggets to illuminate campus path is not only igniting the entrepreneurship designs and spirit of collaboration among my fellow members, but also supporting, giving recommendations to their ideas and projects in order to further improve so that they will be able to turn into fruition in the market.
    Myself entrepreneurship mission is to bring smiles to the world and stillness in my heart while my entrepreneurship job is simply to educates campus members about the DARJEELING TEA GARDEN MAP that twenty five province at Himalayan among the sixty nine are where the plantation of the Darjeeling tea are been planted and they are identified by plant at the side and one of them is Nagri Farm and I am fostering and amplifying entrepreneurship education across campus intuitively now and with no string attached to it. I learned this in Brains versus Capital by Professor Gunter Faltin.
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    Green Ribbon Entrepreneurship Initiative is an innovative project aiming to create a balance between health, economic, social and environmental with intersection of my key team which include doctors and surgeons, nurses, dietitians, psychologists, therapists, environmentalists and social workers through key goals 3 and 15 and my entrepreneurship

  29. As an active vanguard in Entrepreneurship Campus 2019, one of my ninety four key nuggets to illuminate campus path is not only igniting the entrepreneurship designs and spirit of collaboration among my fellow members, but also supporting, giving recommendations to their ideas and projects in order to further improve so that they will be able to turn into fruition in the market.
    Myself entrepreneurship mission is to bring smiles to the world and stillness in my heart while my entrepreneurship job is simply to educates campus members about the DARJEELING TEA GARDEN MAP that twenty five province at Himalayan among the sixty nine are where the plantation of the Darjeeling tea are been planted and they are identified by plant at the side and one of them is Nurbong I am fostering and amplifying entrepreneurship education across campus intuitively now and with no string attached to it. I learned this in Brains versus Capital by Professor Gunter Faltin.
    Please vote for me now by clicking https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/22/16245 and put your email and click on vote and open your email immediately and clink on the link and scroll down and click vote now, Thank You All
    Green Ribbon Entrepreneurship Initiative is an innovative project aiming to create a balance between health, economic, social and environmental with intersection of my key team which include doctors and surgeons, nurses, dietitians, psychologists, therapists, environmentalists and social workers through key goals 3 and 15 and my entrepreneurship

  30. Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. In addition to improving quality of life, access to inclusive education can help equip locals with the tools required to develop innovative solutions to the world’s greatest problems.

  31. Over 265 million children are currently out of school and 22% of them are of primary school age. Additionally, even the children who are attending schools are lacking basic skills in reading and math. In the past decade, major progress has been made towards increasing access to education at all levels and increasing enrollment rates in schools particularly for women and girls. Basic literacy skills have improved tremendously, yet bolder efforts are needed to make even greater strides for achieving universal education goals. For example, the world has achieved equality in primary education between girls and boys, but few countries have achieved that target at all levels of education.

    The reasons for lack of quality education are due to lack of adequately trained teachers, poor conditions of schools and equity issues related to opportunities provided to rural children. For quality education to be provided to the children of impoverished families, investment is needed in educational scholarships, teacher training workshops, school building and improvement of water and electricity access to schools.

  32. From to the United Nations statistics:

    Enrolment in primary education in developing countries has reach percent cent but 57 million primary age children remain out of school.

    More than half of children that have not enrolled in school live in sub-Saharan Africa.

    An estimated percentage of out-of-school children of primary school age live in conflict-affected areas.
    617 million youth worldwide lack basic mathematics and literacy skills.

  33. Adeosun Oluwatosin

    26.07.2019 · Reply

    Quality Education is the means of acquiring knowledge through various learning, teaching and studying process. The quality of education is the right impact in which the knowledge one has acquired is put to use accurately. It is also of a great importance for a student to be taught effectively and efficiently for them to retain what they have studied so far.
    My Project,Save Nigeria Technical Colleges is seeking to improve the quality Technical and Vocational Education in Nigeria by making the necessary practical tools and equipment available to the students.This is the only way we can equip the present generation with the right skills for the future of work.

  34. Would anyone ever come upon the idea to teach sports in such a way that the only thing analyzed
    would be the participants’ desire to win? And then to do this using mathematical formulas? With the
    result that there would no longer be any competition included in the study of physical education, but
    only mathematics? You laugh? What is taught about competition between companies follows this
    precise model – starting from the assumption of profit maximization, this formulaic approach with its
    mathematical models marches into the foreground. It is scarcely possible to find any contact with the
    living subject embedded in reality. Economics becomes marketing, finance, organization, bookkeeping
    and accounting. This is the way the cadaver is dissected. The different motives and characteristics of the
    persons involved no longer exist.

  35. The study of economics from a single perspective diminishes the subject. This is not a matter of whether
    profit maximization or mathematical formulas are good or bad. The only aspect of interest here is the
    (unplanned) consequence that not only is the fascination for the subject of economics – which is so
    central to our society – lost for most students, but it is also lost for the many who would like to use it as
    a tool.

  36. Now in life it is not unprecedented that someone is called to the very field of endeavor that he had
    previously criticized so harshly. When a few years later I received an invitation to teach at a university, I
    swore I would teach economics differently. And how could one do this better than by the example of
    founding a company?

  37. Me — an entrepreneur? In those days it was difficult to bring these words across my lips. And how to
    achieve this, pray tell? To get started, don’t you need a patent, plenty of capital and, above all, solid
    economic tools?
    That was, in any event, the prevailing wisdom….

  38. The Tea Campaign as a Case Study
    The concept of the Tea Campaign did not develop overnight. At the beginning it was not at all certain
    whether the project would involve tea or some other business. I had no firm notions what “my”
    company would look like. At the beginning my only goal was to combine academic theory with hands-on
    entrepreneurial practice.3

  39. Economists may prefer to explain this paradigm change through the theory of transaction costs. In the
    past, in light of the high transaction costs it made sense to keep most activities within the company.
    These days, however, because of increasing specialization and the low cost of communications, you can
    take advantage of pre-existing components outside the company.

  40. The companies that are doing this, for example, are Lafarge and Cemex in the building area. We’re doing this for urban construction, rural irrigation, insurance, timber etc. Well, this is only the beginning of the changes that are going to happen. Also, in Government, where are the new ideas going to come from? How are you going to change the system? This is your natural ally, and you could help with that.

  41. Then finally, this is obviously profoundly important for society. If you think that the problems are outrunning the solutions, you may well be right. But once we get to everyone a changemaker world, that can’t possibly be the case, because when something is stuck, everyone, everywhere is going to change it like smart white blood cell. Some people will say, “Boy this sounds very chaotic.

  42. Everyone a changemaker—how is that ever going to work?” I think this is something this group in particular would understand intuitively. People want to express love and respect in action, and we can trust them to be a changemaker for the good. We’ve got to help build the institutional arrangements to make that possible. That’s the management challenge of the moment. The people want to be contributors. And if we can let them, we have a great future and that’s what I think we’re all working on together.
    Thank you.

  43. 10. If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.
    Isaac Newton
    11. The chief cause of human errors is to be found in the prejudices picked up in childhood.
    Rene Descartes
    12. Rules for Happiness something to do, someone to love, something to hope for.
    Immanuel Kant

  44. 9. How many theorems in geometry which have seemed at first impracticable are in time successfully worked out!
    Archimedes
    You cannot teach a person something he does not already know, you can only bring what he does know to his awareness.
    Galileo Galilei

  45. Do not go to bed until you have gone over the day three times in your mind. What wrong did I do? What good did I accomplish? What did I forget to do?
    Pythagoras
    Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.
    Rene Descartes

  46. 7. It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.
    Moliere
    8. If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts, but if he will content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.
    Francis Bacon

  47. 5. The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.
    Plato
    6. Where there is no desire, there will be no industry.
    John Locke

  48. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
    Nelson Mandela

  49. Human beings, animals and plants all lived freely with the blessings of nature. It would
    have been better if this situation could have lasted forever, but when the humans began to
    prosper everything gradually changed.

  50. You have killed many animals that were once your friends and you have enjoyed your life at
    the expense of others. Animals come daily to tell me about their suffering. I am now full of
    wrinkles and my nature has become roug

  51. The people of Ghana really will help Japan! My worries disappeared, and I felt truly happy. I
    had always thought that Japan had to help Ghana. But through this experience, I realized that
    people in Ghana also wanted to help Japan in a time of n
    eed. You should bring your
    grandmother to Ghana, said my school teacher, who was worried for me. And a friend asked
    me, If I want to send money to Japan, who should I give it to
    The sad scenes following the earthquake in Japan were shown on TV every
    day. My heart
    ached, and my friends who watched TV were genuinely worried for Japan.
    In Ghana is a medical research institute named for Japanese scientist Hideyo Noguchi. The
    institute sent Ghanaian chocolate to children in Japan who were affected by the earthquake.
    Ghanaian chocolate is very tasty, so I am sure it made them very happy. It was not merely
    chocolate, but chocolate infused with care and encouragement.
    What I learned from this experience is that the world is one. Even between Africa and Asia
    which are so far away, news spreads easily. Usually, Japan is the one helping Ghana, but I
    realized that when Japan is in trouble, people in Ghana want very much to help.
    This is what I want to tell people in Japan. There are many people in Ghana who want to
    donate money to Japan, even though they cannot afford lunch for themselves. While we were
    collecting money for Japan, the lady who cleans our school happened to pass by. She carefully
    took out one cedi about US $0.65 wrapped inside her handkerchief
    and placed it in the
    donation box. The people of Ghana are truly kind.
    The desire to help people in need is shared by every human being. As long as people have this
    desire, the world will surely become a peaceful one, without war. This is what I came to
    feel through this experience

  52. Thank you entrepreneurship campus for always education us. And I agree with this article education is the greatest weapon that one can use to change the world . People like Blessing are working tirelessly to ensure that every young child get educated. It’s true that educate a woman and you have educated the whole nation congratulations Blessing.

  53. Minamata disease is o
    ne of the four major pollution

    related illnesses, and it occurs when
    organic mercury builds up in the body, affecting the brain and the central nervous system. The
    body becomes numb and immobile, and the mouth incapable of opening. Many people
    suffered fro
    m Minamata disease, including infants, children, and adults, both men and women.
    The cause of the disease was the wastewater from the Chisso factory in Minamata
    contaminating the fish and other creatures living in the sea and on the ocean floor, which were
    then eaten. In addition to human beings falling ill, Minamata Bay was also contaminated.
    Because of this, people could no longer fish in the bay. I remember clearly pictures of the many
    thousands of fish pulled from the sea, and left at the port without b
    eing handled

  54. That was about all I knew of Minamata disease, but there was more to the story.
    Several years later, large numbers of fish could be seen in the waters of Minamata Bay, which
    had been called the “sea of death.” Many rock oysters were found o
    n the rocks. And
    surprisingly, a new bacterium was discovered in the sea mud. This bacterium had acquired the
    ability to purify mercury. In other words, it had transformed itself in order to purify the sea.

  55. I believe that most educational subjects can be categories under general knowledge. In this case, it is so important that we can cover a lot of people in the world who don’t have access to that knowledge.

  56. I have never really thought about the future until Until two months ago an announcement was made at our school about one girl. She was seriously ill. She had cancer. A very aggressive form of it. The doctors in our country did everything they could for her. Still she was dying. Her only hope was the treatment that she could get in Germany. She needed minimum of 50 thousand Euros to be able to go and soon. The price of the human life. It’s a lot of money here. So her parents started raising funds wherever they could and eventually came to our school. Nowadays we have almost got used to such stories because after the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station accident the rate of cancer among children in Belarus has increased 13 times. This power station is situated almost at the boarder of our Republic and right after the accident the wind was blowing north and carrying radioactive clouds in our direction So there are articles in newspapers, announcements on TV, Internet about kids dying of cancer who need urgent help

  57. But this girl was special. I understood it when I saw her picture. She was bald after chemotherapy, very pale, hollow-eyed and SMILING. She had such a radiant smile! This impressed me greatly. And not only me. I saw that most of my classmates brought money for her the next day. How courageous must she be to be able to smile in that situation! Then for a moment I tried to imagine myself in her place. How scary must it be to know that your life might end in a day, a week, a month But she seemed not to be afraid. Then suddenly I got an insight – I will also die, all people die. The only difference was that she knew it could happen soon. Death became real to her but for me it used to be unreal, like a phantom. I became aware of part of my future, the part that is common for all of us.

  58. Opening Up the Idea
    In Germany, in a meeting with a conventional start-up adviser, the would-be founder brings the idea;
    the idea, so to speak, is simply “there.” In the Laboratory, on the other hand, the idea is questioned,
    examined, refined. Like a sculptor, a founder can work the raw material and create an intellectual
    abstraction that reflects not only the concerns of the “artist” more clearly and more precisely, but that
    also develops a better view of the market. It is important to work out something that’s “a better fit,”
    something that dovetails with the personality of the founder, something that “feels” better to him or
    her than the initial idea.
    In each case, we try to figure

  59. In each case, we try to figure out what will truly engage the participant over the long term: what reflects
    his inclinations and desires, even those desires of which he might not be fully conscious. The method is
    akin to Frithjof Bergmann’s concept of New Work, where the question posed is: “What do we really,
    really want?” Thus the goal is not simply to accept the idea and then address possible steps to
    implement it, but rather to treat the initial idea as the raw material whose potential still needs to be
    explored.

  60. Education help people to gain skills and knowledge which will help them to be creative on solving different challenges and that will help on achieving sustainable development

  61. Although I mostly aggree with the article I have to leave a reminder: Many people become entrepreneurs because they want to take charge of their financial future and enjoy the freedom entrepreneurship can provide. While the allure of entrepreneurship is strong, there are some realities you should be aware of before you decide to take the leap.
    I hate to say it, but entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. If you’re not prepared, you could end up turning your dream into a nightmare.

    Ioannis Emmanouil Kosmadakis
    Founder & Chief Troublemaker of “fisea – Book your fishing holidays”

  62. Loneliness is an occupational hazard for entrepreneurs.
    Until you grow your business to the point of bringing on other people, it’s going to be a one-person show. This means extended periods of time alone, and that can get to you. Even us introverts need a little human interaction every now and then.
    You need to get out from time to time. It can be a coffee shop or co-working space, but go where people gather. That contact with others might seem distracting, but it will actually help you mentally. The energy of others can help stir creativity in you.

    Ioannis Emmanouil Kosmadakis
    Founder & Chief Troublemaker of “fisea – Book your fishing holidays”

  63. Running a business involves many moving parts. As you start out, you can manage them on your own. Eventually, there’s so much to manage that you can’t focus on things that will help your business grow. Today virtual assistants and freelancers can take on some of the load so you can focus on growing your business. Trying to be the “jack-of-all-trades” only hurts your business in the long run.

    Ioannis Emmanouil Kosmadakis
    Founder & Chief Troublemaker of “fisea – Book your fishing holidays”

  64. In spite of what appeared to be appropriate planning, which considered a variety of aspects, there’s still
    a high degree of risk in this type of start-up. A lot of capital is required, and much advance preparation is
    needed, all of which will require financing. In addition, there are high operating costs like rent, interest
    and personnel. Unless there are a lot of customers immediately, as well as over the long term, there’s a
    danger that this start-up will end up the same way that many other restaurants have ended up in the
    past. As far as the likelihood of survival goes, it’s like placing bets in a casino – in both cases, the chances
    of success are statistically low. I put all my money on Red 19 and fervently hope it wins. If my restaurant
    doesn’t work out, then I’ll lose all of my own money, my borrowed capital, and all my work will have
    been in vain. I call this launching a business à la Roulette. Not recommended.

  65. “At the intersection where your gifts, talents, and abilities meet a human need; therein you will discover your purpose.”
    Aristotle
    “Hell begins the day that God grants you the vision to see all that you could have done, should have done, and would have done, but did not do.“
    Goethe
    “Don’t think money does everything or you are going to end up doing everything for money.”
    Voltaire
    “The real tragedy of the poor is the poverty of their aspirations.”
    Adam Smith
    “The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.”
    Plato
    “Where there is no desire, there will be no industry.”
    John Locke
    “It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.”
    Moliere
    “If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts, but if he will content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.”
    Francis Bacon
    “Do not go to bed until you have gone over the day three times in your mind. What wrong did I do? What good did I accomplish? What did I forget to do?”
    Pythagoras
    “Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.”
    Rene Descartes
    “How many theorems in geometry which have seemed at first impracticable are in time successfully worked out!”
    Archimedes
    “You cannot teach a person something he does not already know, you can only bring what he does know to his awareness.”
    Galileo Galilei
    “If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.”
    Isaac Newton
    “The chief cause of human errors is to be found in the prejudices picked up in childhood.”
    Rene Descartes
    “Rules for Happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope fo

  66. Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) encourages changes in knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to enable a more sustainable and just society for all. ESD aims to empower and equip current and future generations to meet their needs using a balanced and integrated approach to the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. ESD is the term most used internationally and by the United Nations. It must be noted that Agenda 21 was the first international document that identified education as an essential tool for achieving sustainable development and highlighted areas of action for education.

    Ioannis Emmanouil Kosmadakis
    Founder & Chief Troublemaker of “fisea – Book your fishing holidays”

  67. Fritz Fleischmann says that The nature of being an entrepreneur means that you fully embrace ambiguity and are comfortable with being challenged regularly. Especially when having to go out for startup fundraising. Choosing this career path is completely irrational because the odds of succeeding are dismal, but most succeed because of their unwavering belief, laser focus on delivering and persistence. This is something that we see constantly at CoFoundersLab company I lead, which is one of the largest networks for entrepreneurs.

    Starting a company is a riveting roller coaster of emotions with tremendous highs and at times, difficult lows, but one thing that always helps me through the ups and downs is to connect with some of the greatest minds. Below are just a few of my favorite quotes

    1. The best way to predict the future is to create it.

    Peter Drucker

    2. Winners never quit and quitters never win.

    Vince Lombardi

  68. Hi, I am entrepreneur essien from Nigeria, I want all friend and campus members to know that Fritz Fleischmann says that The nature of being an entrepreneur means that you fully embrace ambiguity and are comfortable with being challenged regularly. Especially when having to go out for startup fundraising. Choosing this career path is completely irrational because the odds of succeeding are dismal, but most succeed because of their unwavering belief, laser focus on delivering and persistence. This is something that we see constantly at CoFoundersLab company I lead, which is one of the largest networks for entrepreneurs.

    Starting a company is a riveting roller coaster of emotions with tremendous highs and at times, difficult lows, but one thing that always helps me through the ups and downs is to connect with some of the greatest minds. Below are just a few of my favorite quotes

    1. The best way to predict the future is to create it.

    Peter Drucker

    2. Winners never quit and quitters never win.

    Vince Lombardi

    Please I urge campus members to triggers my comments to ALL in their regions Vote me 16245, bye

  69. Education is like an orange,
    Dangling on a tree ….
    Who can still remember this poem? The fruits of education are societal. Nothing is as catastrophic as an illiterate nation. The only way to empower your country men is through education.

  70. ephraim/essien

    August 14, 2019

    According to the UN, it is estimated that an indigenous language disappears every two weeks.
    Language is a crucial factor regarding issues related to education, technological development, environment protection, expression, social inclusion and many more. This is true talk

  71. entrepreneur essien from Nigeria advice campus members to embrace this treasure below 8 Habits for Success:

    1) Read everyday
    2) Focus on high-level tasks
    3) Make your health a priority
    4) Learn from people you admire
    5) Plan your day the night before
    6) Keep your goals in front of you
    7) Take action, even when it’s scary
    8) Have a powerful & inspiring “Why”
    —-Adapted from Time Book Life + The Grow Prosper.

  72. 5 Habits for Success:

    1) Read everyday
    2) Focus on high-level tasks
    3) Make your health a priority
    4) Learn from people you admire
    5) Plan your day the night before

  73. Education is the key factor in the live of many in the world yet it is one of the goods that majority can’t afford many country are fighting to ward this and many has introduced free education. As nation let’s work together to help meet our government half way, let’s also educate couples about family planning so they have kids that they will be able to send to schools with quality education

  74. Education must not develop only Linguistic (word smart) and Logical-mathematical (number/reasoning smart) intelligence, but also Naturalist (nature smart), Musical (sound smart), Existential (life smart), Interpersonal (people smart), Bodily-kinesthetic (body smart), Intra-personal (self smart), and Spatial (picture smart)…

  75. “The evolution of the capitalist style of life could be easily – and perhaps most tellingly – described in terms of the genesis of the modern Lounge Suit.”
    — Joseph A. Schumpeter

  76. I so believe that education in and out of school, is a fundamental matter to change the world into a better place. because as long as people think they don’t need to know more, they really don’t know that they are missing something! from this point of view, everyone can be better at who they are by increasing knowledge.

  77. 21 Quotes From Henry Ford On Business, Leadership And Life
    Erika Andersen
    Erika Andersen
    Contributor
    Careers

    I knew, before starting to write this post, what we all know about Henry Ford: founder of Ford Motor F +0%Company, seminal proponent of mass production in the form of the assembly line, creator of the Model T and author of the tart line, “you can have it in any color you want, as long as it is black.” Then one of my readers, Sagar Adhikari, shared a great Henry Ford quote in a comment he made on one of my posts. I was intrigued, and started doing a bit of research.

    As it turns out, Ford was a veritable font of pithy and insightful one-liners about business and leadership – and a fascinating human being, as well. He certainly had his dark side (he seems to have been anti-semitic for at least part of his life, believing in a world conspiracy of “Jewish financiers”), but he was at the same time hugely progressive and forward-thinking in many other ways. For example, he hired African-Americans, women and disabled people long before most other business owners did so, and was passionately committed to the principle of paying good wages to hire and keep the best employees. He was a relentless technological innovator, based on his commitment to creating “the best possible goods at the lowest possible price.” He focused on making ongoing changes in design and production that would drive down costs while improving the product. For instance, the inaugural Model T, released for sale in 1908, cost $825 (about $22,000 in present-day dollars); by 1916, he had reduced the cost by more than half – to $360, while increasing safety, reliability and speed. And for better or worse, Henry Ford – more than any other individual – made us a nation of car owners; at one point over half the families in America owned a Ford motor car.

    Here then, for your reading pleasure: 21 inspiring and very fresh quotes from this complex, remarkable man:

    There is one rule for the industrialist and that is: make the best quality goods possible at the lowest cost possible, paying the highest wages possible.

    Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.

    Don’t find fault, find a remedy.

    Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.

    Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right.

    Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.

    Employers only handle the money – it is the customer who pays the wages.

  78. Equality education is necessary. I believe that education can bring a change in thoughts. Basically its an awareness and we must bring it through our efforts.

  79. thanks for the lesson,
    this lesson has opened up my mind to rethink about the ways I can contribute more to Quality Education, smart me we provide education basically on financial literacy accessible to everyone, everywhere in the universe through our workshops and the internet (our social media)
    our dream is to see communities taking informed decisions about their financial matters n

  80. What does an entrepreneur do? The first thing is they have given themselves permission to see a problem. Most people do not want to see problems … Once you see a problem and you keep looking at it you will find an answer.

    Bill Drayton

    Business, People, Entrepreneur

  81. “You need to say to everyone in the organization: “You are a change-maker. You can figure out what customers need. And if you also figure out how to make it work, you are a hero. You are going to do really well. You are going to be a role model for other people in the firm.” Everybody, including the doorman, is empowered. We should be doing the same thing in education organizations, in human rights organizations, in hotels chains and electronics firms – this is the transition to the Everyone a Changemaker world.”

    Bill Drayton

  82. Mary Olushoga, Founder of the AWP Network moderated the womens panel at the 2014 CUNY Young African Leadership Symposium, which took place at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

    Here are (8) memorable quotes from the event:

    (1) “Support me because I am competent not because I am a woman.”

    (2) “I don’t see myself as a woman, I see myself as a human being.”

    (3) “I truly believe that success always transcends gender.”

    (4) Being an African woman in 2014 is still a stigma.

    (5) “Women need to be more forceful, and not laid back or passive.”

    (6) “I want more African women and girls to know that you can be anything you want to be.”

    (7) “Get out of the it’s not possible mode, everything is possible.”

    (8) “Never underestimate the power of having a role model or mentor – find one.”

  83. “At the intersection where your gifts, talents, and abilities meet a human need; therein you will discover your purpose.”
    Aristotle
    “Hell begins the day that God grants you the vision to see all that you could have done, should have done, and would have done, but did not do.“
    Goethe
    “Don’t think money does everything or you are going to end up doing everything for money.”
    Voltaire
    “The real tragedy of the poor is the poverty of their aspirations.”
    Adam Smith
    “The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.”
    Plato
    “Where there is no desire, there will be no industry.”
    John Locke
    “It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.”
    Moliere
    “If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts, but if he will content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.”
    Francis Bacon
    “Do not go to bed until you have gone over the day three times in your mind. What wrong did I do? What good did I accomplish? What did I forget to do?”
    Pythagoras
    “Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.”
    Rene Descartes
    “How many theorems in geometry which have seemed at first impracticable are in time successfully worked out!”
    Archimedes
    “You cannot teach a person something he does not already know, you can only bring what he does know to his awareness.”
    Galileo Galilei
    “If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.”
    Isaac Newton
    “The chief cause of human errors is to be found in the prejudices picked up in childhood.”
    Rene Descartes
    “Rules for Happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for.”
    Immanuel Kant

  84. 4. “To me, business isn’t about wearing suits or pleasing stockholders. It’s about being true to yourself, your ideas and focusing on the essentials.” – Richard Branson

    5. “Fortunately we’re not a public company – we’re a private group of companies, and I can do what I want.” – Richard Branson

    6. “Building a business is not rocket science, it’s about having a great idea and seeing it through with integrity.” – Richard Branson

  85. My Humblest Thanks Goes to Campus Administrator

    Well, almost everyone from the campus has been giving an emotional speech, I will try to not be long with mine..A big CONGRATULATIONS to all of you for all the support you have granted me since day one and which has been pushing me to do better each time. This journey has been long almost 4 months, but we have learned so many things here, from both negative and positive experiences. There has been many ups and downs, but we know we did our best, we supported as many idea/projects we could. Sometimes the blue bar motivated us, sometimes it did the reverse. I, personally obtained so many benefits from the campus, ranging from the online training, blogs, ideas/projects, to knowing myself as an entrepreneur, learning more about innovation and creativity, borrowing and the list goes on and on, but the most amazing thing was making so many entrepreneurship friends and educating many through my concepts and components.

    The whole world felt and sensed and convinced and intuitively believed in my idea GREEN RIBBON, hence you believe in LOVING LIFE and ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. Healthy living and fresh breathe for cerebral palsy kids and teens that is even bad than CANCER yet they world ignore it.. We need sustainable actions for our planet. In GREEN RIBBON Start Ups, we are ideas generators with fun toward sustainable development and we need to protect nature, without which we cease to exist. THANKS!
    https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/22/16245

  86. Oprah Winfrey: “Don’t worry about being successful but work toward being significant and the success will naturally follow.”

  87. “A university should not be an island where academics attain higher and higher levels of knowledge without sharing any of this knowledge with its neighbours.”

    Muhammad Yunus

  88. “I wanted to give money to people like this woman so that they would be free from the moneylenders to sell their product at the price which the markets gave them – which was much higher than what the trader was giving them.”

    Muhammad Yunus

  89. “As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” – Andrew Carnegie

  90. “Do not look for approval except for the consciousness of doing your best.” – Andrew Carnegie

  91. My Greatest Appreciation Goes To Campus Administrator

    He was my motivator and lead entrepreneur who gave me the courage, focused to climbed this entrepreneurship campus mountain. I felt satisfied, what I learned in this laboratory have started igniting divine spark in Nigerians.

    Thank You Campus Administrator for your Active Participation

  92. “I shall argue that strong men, conversely, know when to compromise and that all principles can be compromised to serve a greater principle.” – Andrew Carnegie

  93. On Technology

    While technology is important, it’s what we do with it that truly matters.

    Muhammad Yunus

  94. “The men who have succeeded are men who have chosen one line and stuck to it.” – Andrew Carnegie

  95. I want to reminds all my co-finalists to remember September 22, 2019
    Deadline for receipt of videos from finalists in both
    categories.

    As a social innovation expert now, my job is to helps others create their start ups across borders. Ephraim Essien Nigeria Finalist Best Idea 2019

  96. I have never really thought about the future until Until two months
    ago an announcement was made at our school about one girl. She
    was seriously ill. She had cancer. A very aggressive form of it. The
    doctors in our country did everything they could for her. Still she was
    dying. Her only hope was the treatment that she could get in
    Germany. She needed minimum of 50 thousand Euros to be able to
    go and soon. The price of the human life. It’s a lot of money here. So
    her parents started raising funds wherever they could and
    eventually came to our school. Nowadays we have almost got used
    to such stories because after the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station accident the rate of cancer
    among children in Belarus has increased 13 times. This power station is situated almost at the
    boarder of our Republic and right after the accident the wind was blowing north and carrying
    radioactive clouds in our direction So there are articles in newspapers, announcements on TV,
    Internet about kids dying of cancer who need urgent help.

  97. The wonderful thing is that as we decrease the scale of economic activity, we actually increase our own emotional well being. That is because at the deepest level localization is about connection. It is about re establishing our sense of interdependence with others and with the natural world. And this connection is a fundamental human need.

  98. ” I began my career as an economics professor but became frustrated because the economic theories I taught in the classroom didn’t have any meaning in the lives of poor people I saw all around me. I decided to turn away from the textbooks and discover the real-life economics of a poor person’s existence.”

    Muhammad Yunus

  99. Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.

    Mother Teresa

  100. Green Ribbon is not just a social business in Nigeria but it has brought smiles to million of lives throughout Nigeria
    Opeyemi

  101. Campus Administrator really stirred GREEN RIBBON (2019 BEST IDEA) to be the mirror of the world best enterprise.
    Opeyemi, Lagos, Nigeria.

  102. Entrepreneurs are positive and patience in nature, they are not pessimistic and poor as we think.

    Ephraim Essien Green Ribbon Startup Founder 2019/ Best Idea Finalist – Nigeria

  103. The fact that the poor are alive is clear proof of their ability.
    Muhammad Yunus

  104. Why could not advantage be taken of a time of relative calm and quiet to investigate and try to solve a question of such immense and worldwide importance, both from the humane and Christian stand-point?
    Henry Dunant
    Christian, Taken, Trying

  105. It is a great honour for me to be “A 2019 Best Idea Finalist”: to follow in the footsteps of world-renowned thinkers and activists-many of whom, incidentally, I am happy to count among my friends and colleagues. An honour and also a source of great hope and strength: that an organisation as prestigious as The Entrepreneurship Campus should understand and value the role of economic localization in helping to create a more equitable and sustainable world. i thank you for your support and accept this global position as a finalist on behalf of the emerging worldwide localization movement; a movement that, I believe can not only help to prevent ecological devastation but also substantially improve the quality of life for the great majority of people on earth.
    Ephraim Essien
    Green Ribbon Best Idea
    Start-up Founder

  106. “Our life of poverty is as necessary as the work itself. Only in heaven will we see how much we owe to the poor for helping us to love God better because of them.”

  107. I know God won’t give me anything I can’t handle. I just wish he didn’t trust me so much.”

    Mother Teresa

  108. “Live simply so others may simply live.”
    Mother Teresa

  109. Richard K. Morgan
    “A weapon is a tool,” she repeated, a little breathlessly. “A tool for killing and destroying. And there will be times when, as an Envoy, you must kill and destroy. Then you will choose and equip yourself with the tools that you need. But remember the weakness of weapons. They are an extension–you are the killer and destroyer. You are whole, with or without them.”

    ― Richard K. Morgan

  110. “Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.”
    Mother Teresa

  111. “No man can become rich without himself enriching others.” – Andrew Carnegie

  112. “We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”
    Mother Teresa

  113. “it is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.” ~ Nelson Mandela

  114. “Peace begins with a smile.”
    Mother Teresa

  115. “Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do… but how much love we put in that action.”
    Mother Teresa

  116. “Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.”
    Mother Teresa

  117. “Joy is prayer; joy is strength: joy is love; joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls. ”
    Mother Teresa

  118. “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier”.
    Mother Teresa

  119. Haruo Miyagi

    Founder and CEO of ETIC. (Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Communities). In 1993, while studying at Waseda University in Japan, Mr. Miyagi founded ETIC. as a nation-wide network of student entrepreneurs, and it was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 2000. In 2001, he established ETIC. Social Venture Center, which has supported and trained over 1,000 young social entrepreneurs to date.

  120. “The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it.”
    Mother Teresa

  121. I take great pride in welcoming all the blog viewers to the last day of the youth competition winner’s announcement.
    I use this medium to say a big thank you to all the leaders in this house. Kudos to you all.
    I’m Ephraim Essien
    The Founder of Green Ribbon.

  122. “When the game is over I just want to look at myself in the mirror, win or lose, and know I gave it everything I had.” Joe Montana

  123. Six days to our 2019 entrepreneurship summit, l urges all 7 billions global citizens to visit this site and be a part of our sustainable and culture of peace

  124. “Let us touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or slow to do the humble work.”
    Mother Teresa

  125. “God doesn’t require us to succeed, he only requires that you try.”
    Mother Teresa

  126. Entrepreneurs are those who intersect a balance between social, economic, and environmental toward a sustainable future

  127. “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
    Mother Teresa

  128. “Even the rich are hungry for love, for being cared for, for being wanted, for having someone to call their own.”
    Mother Teresa

  129. “Our life of poverty is as necessary as the work itself. Only in heaven will we see how much we owe to the poor for helping us to love God better because of them.”
    Mother Teresa

  130. As a 2019 Best ldea Finalist, l welcome ALL global citizens to our magnificent entrepreneurship summit 2019, You are ALL WELCOME!

  131. As a 2019 Best ldea Finalist, l welcome ALL global citizens to our magnificent entrepreneurship award ceremony day 2019, You are ALL WELCOME!

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Timeline 2019

March 18, 2019
Competition launch.
Entries are welcomed
May 15, 2019
Voting & commenting begins for all
July 31, 2019
Deadlines for entries
August 31, 2019
Deadlines for votes & comments
September 12, 2019
10 finalists announced in both categories
September 12, 2019
People’s Choice Prize winners announced
September 22, 2019
Deadline for receipt of videos from finalists in both
categories
October 12, 2019
Deadline for Panel of Judges’ selection of the winners
October 19, 2019
Winners announced at Entrepreneurship Summit in Berlin

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