The U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development

International Resources

International Contact: 

  • USP Fellow Kim Smith at kdsmith [at] pcc [dot] edu
  • Debra Rowe at EducatingForASustainableFuture [at]
  • The U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development (USP) works with many other organizations to connect sustainability efforts in the U.S. with efforts in other countries and international networks. USP is working with UNEP's Youth and Education Alliance on a global guidance document about creating a green and inclusive workforce. USP facilitates an international learning community on greening campuses and their surrounding communities. USP collaborates with multiple international agencies and higher education networks via the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative. We are committed to implementation of projects to help attain the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We have also assisted the U.S. government on international U.S. activities for sustainable development.

We are designing a for sustainability projects and research. It is called Projects That Matter. It connects Sustainability Practitioners in businesses and non-profits with volunteers, university students and educators interested in working on applied projects. Visit Projects That Matter.



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Sustainable Development Goals, agreed to by over 190 countries.

Accelerating joint learning and promoting integrated approaches that address the interconnected economic, social, and environmental challenges confronting the world. Contains many useful resources for all.

UNESCO's International Site : International site on Education for Sustainable Development

UNESCO's Post Decade of Education for Sustainable Development

Recognizes the success of local and indigenous initiatives, creates platforms for sharing opportunities and knowledge and tools to scale up impacts.

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies offers this tool and many other resources to help create sustainable development in Asia and across the globe.

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