The aim of this book on global citizenship and eco-citizenship is to help readers become aware of the challenges of an increasingly interconnected world and of their responsibilities across national, religious, ethnic, racial and other boundaries. The interdependence between states is becoming increasingly apparent in the face of the multiplicity and urgency of issues whose resolution goes beyond the responsibility of a single state, as illustrated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, States and their populations must behave as citizens of the world and of the earth, while respecting the ecological environment.
In this perspective, this collective work is intended to be a training and awareness-raising tool on the issues of global citizenship and eco-citizenship. It allows, on the one hand, to better understand the concepts of global citizenship and eco-citizenship in their specificities and reciprocal interrelationships in the context of the health crisis at COVID-19, and on the other hand, to master the theoretical and methodological implications of the analysis of global environmental challenges that affect the whole of humanity in one way or another.