With interculturality as its core, the empowerment of people as the basis of its action and participation, and dialogue as its tool, the idea is that the PICE-IGHP will succeed in co-generating new awareness and correct management of the UBR. These changes must go farther than shared management to achieve a model of governance. In short, the aim is to make citizens think differently and come round to the idea of sustainable development; to change the way the region is considered and achieve a holistic approach; and to redirect the unsustainable use of natural resources.
The PICE-IGHP will specify the tools required to achieve the milestones envisaged in Education for Sustainable Development (interpretation, investigation, capacity building, etc.) in the UBR and to guarantee that the results are efficiently communicated to the agents involved. It will also evaluate said results to replenish the objectives of the plan and to continue learning together in order to implement adaptive management.
The PICE-IGHP represents a path for continuing to work on Education for Sustainable Development in the UBR following a trajectory of 30 years. It is a path we hope will be followed by all people who live in, work in and enjoy this interesting region.