Resource: Sustainability Curriculum Framework

Citation: "Second Nature | Resources." Sustainability Curriculum Framework. Second Nature. Web. 23 Sept. 2010. <>.

Description: Outline of themes used to present sustainability and human interaction with the environment.


Resource: The Eco-Sphere

Citation: "Institute for the Built Environment." Institute for the Built Environment. 26 May 2010. Web. 23 Sept. 2010. <>.

Description: The Eco-Sphere is a visual representation of sustainability. (Scroll down on the web page listed at left to view an image of the Eco-Sphere.)


Resource: Free Range Studios

Citation: Free Range Studios | Graphic Design | Washington DC | Berkeley CA - Home. Web. 23 Sept. 2010. <>.


Resource: Education for Sustainable Development, UNESCO

Citation: "Education for Sustainable Development.” United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. UNESCO, 1995-2010. Web. 25 June 2010. <>.


Resource: youthXchange: Training Kit on Responsible Consumption

Citation: Loprieno, Patrizia Lugo. YouthXchange: Training Kit on Responsible Consumption : the Guide. Ed. UNEP, UNESCO, Meta, and Consumers Intrnational. 1st ed. Paris: UNESCO, 2002. Print.


Resource: Ecosystem Services: A Primer

Citation: "Ecosystem Services: A Primer (ActionBioscience)." ActionBioscience - Promoting Bioscience Literacy. 2000-2010. Web. 23 Sept. 2010. <>.

Description: Provides an overview of the benefits of and necessity for ecosystem services.


Resource: Core Ecological Topics

Citation: "Core Ecological Concepts." Education for Sustainability | Center for Ecoliteracy. Center for Ecoliteracy, 2004-2010. Web. 23 June 2010. <>  

Description: Nice representation of relational concepts.


Resource: GYC Sustainability Definition

Compiled by Richard Schultz, Kankakee Community College

Useful graphics for presenting the concepts of sustainability - ecoliteracy.



Resource: Defining Sustainability

Citation: Pojasek, Robert B. "Defining Sustainability." Services for Managing Risk. DNV, 2010. Web. 23 Sept. 2010. <>.

Description: Concept development information and supporting data.



Resource: Top Ten Myths About Sustainability

Citation: Lemonick, Michael D. "Scientific American." Top 10 Myths about Sustainability Special Editions (2009). Print.

Description: Explains what is encompassed in the concept of Sustainability, human impacts and environmental degradation.