Why a project on Environmental Justice?

Why is the SAME World project interesting for you?

Some people – right now- are enjoying all the benefits of Development: energy, clean water, and high living and consumption standards. But who’s paying the price? Is climate change a reality, something that questions our lifestyle and Economic system, or should we continue with “business as usual”?


Every day we can see images of desperate people abandoning their land, or made refugees by “natural” disasters: some media evoke images of “invasion” and none seem to question why increasing parts of the planet have suddenly become dangerous or uninhabitable.

Climate Change, Environmental Justice, Rights of Nature, Refugee and Migrant Rights…these are connected issues relevant to us all, but they are often presented in isolation.

Maybe it’s time to make connections among these phenomena that are under our eyes, and take action! The SAME world project offers engaging activities and tools for children and adults, to find out more about these serious issues and how to engage in simple actions that will change our environment into a ‘SAME world for all people’.


To raise EU citizenships’ awareness about the relationship between the Global South and the Global North, with a focus on Environmental Justice and on sustainable ways of living, in line with the European Year of Development
2015 ( #EYD2015 ).

To encourage students’ and teachers’ critical understanding and active citizenship practices related to climate change and environmental migrations, taking into account innovative, technological and experiential approaches.


Project co-funded by
the European Union

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

© 2014 Sameworld Project

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