Human learning has always had a focus on the environment, the sustainable development. We have been engaged in nature ever since we began interacting with our surroundings and thinking about the impacts, outcomes and consequences of our actions and interactions. Nowadays, we talk about the environment when we talk about sustainable development.

The challenges of sustainable development are multifaceted and complex. In the long run, addressing them requires a revolution in the training of future generations of learners to devise solutions for sustainability dilemmas in environments characterised by uncertainty, information deficits, and asymmetric power relationships.

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  • Education for Sustainable Development
  • Industry Four and Sustainable Development
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Karl Skaar
Karl Skaar

Is a highly successful professional, with a high degree of entrepreneurial flair.

- Senior Analyst in the Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training, Norway
- Responsible editor and publisher of the Lucubrate Magazine, Global
- Project Manager of the Lucubrate Project, Global
- Chairman of Board of Directors of Nobel Knowledge Building, Uganda
- Chairman of Board of Directors of Norsk Kompetansebygging AS, a Consultancy company, Norway
- Member of the Board of Directors of Norwegian International Development Company AS, Norway

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