Education is a prime factor in transforming a sustainable development that enhances people's ability to shape the vision of society. Education not only provides scientific and technical knowledge, but provides incentives and social support for tracking and application. This is why society is deeply concerned about the fact that most of the current education is far behind the need. When we say this, it reflects the need for cultures, which enables everyone to take responsibility for improving quality.
Improving the quality and disclosure of education and transforming its goals into recognizing the importance of sustainable development is one of the most important priorities of society. It is not about talking about the environment, but about all the components of life.
It is therefore necessary to clarify the concept of sustainable development education. Over the past decade, it has been a great challenge for the trainers. The meaning of the sustainable development of educational structures, the right balance between peace, human rights, citizenship, social equality, ecology and development in already overloaded curricula and the integration of humanities, social sciences and arts
Some argued that education for sustainable development jeopardized the risk of programming, while others wondered whether schools demanded leadership in asking for too many questions in the transition to sustainable development
These debates were addressed by several, largely environmentally-conscious NGOs its desire to contribute to education planning without the need to understand the functioning of education systems, the educational changes and the process of innovation, and the appropriate curriculum development, professional development and learning rtékeket. They did not realize that effective education change took time, and others were critical of governments not to go faster.
Consequently, many international, regional and national initiatives have contributed to an expanded and sophisticated understanding of sustainable development education. For example, Education International, the main umbrella group of teachers' unions and associations, has issued a statement and an action plan to promote sustainable development through education
. All of these common agendas are an integrated approach through which all communities and government bodies work together to develop their commitment to common understanding and education programs, strategies and programs for sustainable development
Promoting active participation of education in education for the sustainable development of the local community  a number of independent governments have set up committees, panels, advisory bodies and curriculum development projects to discuss sustainable development education, develop policies and support structures, programs and resources, and fund local initiatives.
Development is firmly maintained in environmental education by the efforts of such groups. In addition to global education, development education, peace building, civic education, human rights education, and multicultural and racist education, environmental education was also particularly important. In its thirty-year history, contemporary environmental education has always striven towards comparable goals and achievements similar to the concept of sustainability.
The New Vision of Education
These many initiatives illustrate that the international community is now firmly in the belief that education, through support for the values, behaviors and lifestyles needed for a sustainable future. Sustainable development education is seen as a process that learns how to make decisions that take into account the long-term future of the economy, the ecology and social welfare of all communities. Creating the Capability of such Future-Oriented Thinking is the most important task of education
This is a new concept of education that helps students understand the world they live in, addressing the complexity and dissatisfaction of problems with poverty, wasteful consumption, environmental deterioration, urban degradation, population growth, gender inequality, health, conflict and human rights violations that threaten our future. This vision of education emphasizes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to the development of knowledge and skills for a sustainable future as well as to changing values, behavior and lifestyle. This requires that we rearrange education systems, policies and practices so that everyone, young people and the elderly, can make decision-making and culturally appropriate and locally relevant ways to address the problems that threaten their common future. We must therefore think globally and act locally. This way, every age group can be empowered to develop and evaluate alternative vision for a sustainable future as well as to realize these visions in creative work with others.
Education through the need for sustainable development:
is an ethics centered on society's concerns based on the principles of social justice, democracy, peace and ecological integrity.
• Encourage the meeting of sciences, linking knowledge and expertise to better integrate and bring understanding into context.
• Encouraging lifelong learning, starting from the beginning of life and getting lost in life – is based on a passion that leads to a radical transformation of the moral character of society.
• Everyone's life needs to maximize their potential to achieve the collective achievement of a viable future through self-actualization and full self-expression.
• Valuable aesthetics, creative use of imagination, openness to risks and flexibility, and willingness to explore new opportunities.
• Encourage new alliances between the state and civil society to promote citizenship and the promotion of democratic principles.
• Mobilizing society intensively in order to eradicate poverty and violence and all forms of injustice.
• Encourage peace values in order to promote the emergence of new lifestyles and lifestyles
• Identification and continuation of new human projects in the context of local sustainability within ground-based implementation and personal and community awareness of global responsibility.
• Realistic hope must be created in which the potential for change and the real desire for change are accompanied by the strict, active participation of change at the right time for everyone in a sustainable future.
These responsibilities emphasize that instructors play a key role in the Ambassador of Change. There are more than 60 million teachers in the world and each of the key ambassadors to create changes in lifestyles and systems. Education, however, is not limited to classroom products of formal education. In the approach to social learning, education for sustainable development encompasses both primary and primary education, technical and vocational education and higher education, and a wide range of non-formal and informal learning for young people and adults in their families and workplaces and in the wider community. This means that each of us must play an important role for both "learners" and "teachers" in promoting sustainable development.
Decide as the main task that education must contribute to sustainable development. In the last decade of education and sustainable development debates and debates, countries, educational institutions and their communities can decide on the following choices on how local approach to education is relevant and culturally appropriate:
• Sustainable development education explore the economic, political and social aspects of sustainability, encouraging students to critically reflect the world's own area, identify the ineffective elements of their lives, and explore the tensions between conflictual goals. Developing strategies tailored to the specific circumstances of different cultures are crucial to achieving common development goals. Educational approaches should take into account the experiences of indigenous cultures and minorities, recognizing and promoting their original and significant contributions to the process of sustainable development.
• Moving towards a sustainable development depends more on the development of our moral sensitivity than the growth of our scientific understanding – is important as this. Education for sustainable development can not only deal with disciplines that improve understanding of nature, despite their undeniable value. The success of the struggle for sustainable development requires an educational approach that reaffirms our commitment to supporting other values, especially justice and justice, and the awareness that we have a common destiny with others.
• The most important factors of ethical values are social consistency and at the same time the most effective factor in change and transformation. Ultimately, sustainability depends on change in behavior and lifestyle, changes that need to be based on the shifting of values and the basis of cultural and moral principles. Without the slightest change, even the lightest laws, the cleanest technology, the most advanced research will not succeed in managing society towards the long-term goal of sustainability.
• Changes in lifestyles must contribute to finding the source of new and active solidarity within the culture of richer countries, enabling 80% of the world's population and environmental degradation and other related problems  • Ethical values evolve through education, the term in the widest sense. Education is indispensable for people to use their ethical values to make informed and ethical choices. Changes to basic social change, such as the shift towards sustainability, come either because people feel ethical to change or because leaders have a political will in this direction and feel that people will follow them