Ideas for fostering a more sustainable future
A FABRE Foundation project
IDEAS 2030 is an initiative created by the Fabre Foundation with the intention of promoting the importance of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) among the classrooms of Spanish schools.
With this concept, the IDEAS 2030 website becomes a tool to change the world. Through it, the youngest people visualize the existing problems, understand the impact of their actions and become precursors of the measures that should be applied to live on a more sustainable planet.
A problem, a proposal, a solution
Students choose a Sustainable Development Goal from the 2030 Agenda, think about a related problem in that area, create an idea and execute it while sharing the whole process on their social media.
Grassroots local projects with global vision
Although the project has a global perspective, it is focused on the actions of the three countries in which Fabre focuses its projects, Bolivia, Guatemala and the Ivory Coast.
The idea was thought up in Navarra and spread to other Spanish communities such as Madrid and Castilla y León. Now, kids from Spain exchange their initiatives with students from Guatemala, Bolivia and the Ivory Coast.
A clear website
That encourages us to dream
IDEAS had to be a clear, friendly and intuitive website, in which students and teachers could be inspired, upload projects easily and dream of a better world.
It was essential that the project be understood and achieve the integration of the publications that the schools published on social networks, so that others could see them and be inspired.
Source of inspiration
The style of the website follows FABRE’s identity, although with more lively tones, which encourage you to play, create and be inspired.
SMART Initiative recognized by the UN
The UN itself has recognized the idea and the efforts behind the project, categorizing it as a SMART initiative for “favouring the community and inspiring other groups, in other parts of the world, who are also working to achieve local development.”