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PRME Champions SDG Library

Open Access learning material on Sustainable Development Grand Challenges

The project has been developed 2020-2022 as a cooperation between seven PRME Champion schools: Hanken School of Economics (Finland), Audencia Business School (France), RANEPA (Russia), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), T A PAI Management Institute (India), IÉSEG School of Management (France) and INCAE Business School (Costa Rica).

The learning material is produced under the Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 and is available to use freely for non-commercial purposes. You are welcome to remix, tweak, and build upon the material, but please remember to always acknowledge the original source material.

Each grand challenge contains content modules that describe a central issue in relation to the grand challenge. The modules follow a similar structure: Introduction to the topic, 2-3 videos or audio files, readings, a case study, a quiz and a group discussion.

Grand sustainability challenges

Social Inclusion

What is social entrepreneurship and impact investment? Why are these concepts important for social inclusion?

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Political polarisation of sustainability

Within the Global North, the highly developed urban centres tend to vote for ‘liberals’, who often call for policies that are increasingly framed as ‘green’. Meanwhile, the (often rural or semi-rural) areas.....

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Sustainable infrastructures: smart cities

With the constant growth of urban population, the need for infrastructure is quickly growing and sustainable infrastructure development may be the solution...

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Design thinking for sustainability in agriculture

The module will discuss the meaning and importance of design thinking approach providing solutions enhancing sustainability in agriculture...

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Reinforcing the social and environmental resilience of cities

Over 55% of our global population lives in cities and by 2050 the urban population is expected to reach 6.5 billion. More than ever, urban communities must lead...

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Mental health and wellbeing


From understanding climate to action on climate


About the PRME Champions involved in the project: