What is Sustainability Illustrated?
Sustainability Illustrated offers engaging videos to learn about and teach sustainability. Our goal is to change the world by making the best sustainability knowledge out there available for free in a short and fun video format. You want to join the community? Subscribe to our newsletter, become a patron, contact us and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Sustainability Illustrated was created by Alexandre Magnin.
What others says about Sustainability Illustrated
"I shared 5 videos with my masters level students this past week. They unanimously gave you thumbs up! Backcasting particularly resonated. Thank you for all you contribute to education on these topics."− Subscriber from the USA
"We do a lot of work with Grade 10 students, and the ability to have punchy and informative videos like these is worth its weight in gold!"− Ian Bingeman, Program Coordinator, DILA Youth Program
"These videos have been an engaging and useful tool for getting people up to speed on how we view sustainability. The fresh and fun approach that Sustainability Illustrated uses to illustrate sustainability is worth the time for anyone!"− Celia Peterson, Natural Interest
"In just 4.5 minutes, the "Business Case for Sustainability" video covers a topic that usually takes me 45 minutes to deliver in a typical presentation. That’s a 10 productivity factor and the clever graphics make the message wonderfully memorable. Beautiful!"− Bob Willard, speaker & author of resources for sustainability champions
"I really enjoyed this video, thank you for sharing it! That was beautifully simplified: I will keep this video in mind and show it next time we go in circles during our debates among students..."− Student, Creative Sustainability M.S. candidate, Aalto University
"A drawing is worth a thousand words."− Subscriber from France
"These videos are very clear and fun, I use them in my workshops."− Subscriber from New Zealand
"Great video! It really helped me with my project."− Student from Canada
"Watching this video would be 8 minutes of your day very well spent."− Subscriber from Columbia