Understand the issues, recognize their interrelationships, integrate the strategies, effectively apply them

EFI’s education programs use a systems-thinking methodology that combines an examination of the twenty-five, most critical social, economic and environmental issues that will drive global change with personal skills development. The result is people who can understand issues, see interrelationships, develop integrated strategies and put those strategies into action.

agriculture issue

Agriculture

biodiversity issue

Biodiversity

biotechnology issue

Biotechnology

climate issue

Climate

consumption issue

Consumption

culture issue

Culture

decision-making issue

Decision-making

education issue

Education

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energy issue

Energy

Environmentally Sound Technologies

Environmentally Sound
Technologies

finance issue

Finance

forests issues

Forests

health issues

Health

human settlements

Human Settlements

Justice and Peace

Justice and Peace

land issue

Land

mountains

Moutains

Oceans and Bays

Oceans and Bays

poverty issue

Poverty

population issue

Population

Public Awareness

Public Awareness

trade issue

Trade

transportation issue

Transportation

waste issue

Waste

water issue

Water

 

EFI’s goal is to develop individuals who are able to ask the right questions to make the right decisions.

EFI’s approach is not derived from any single political, cultural or spiritual tradition. We believe that we share the same planet and that all people have common aspirations for peace, health and prosperity. This leads to a radically different attitude toward the world – a belief that we have a common responsibility for something larger than ourselves.