Educational television’s main objective is to influence the knowledge, attitudes and values of the viewer, so it is considered as a resource for social transformation and community service, its contents are of public interest, educational, scientific, social and cultural
The Ministry of Sustainability created the Mundo Sustentable television educational program, with the aim of informing about the actions carried out by prominent members of the university community and society to promote sustainable development in university environments and the social environment that surrounds them, in addition to convene to viewers to be part of the change in living in a sustainable society.
Mundo Sustentable, has a duration of thirty minutes, and is broadcast every Tuesday from 7:30 p.m., repeated on Sundays at 4 p.m. on TV UNI, an open signal channel of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL) and online at https://www.uanl.mx/.
Until 2018, Mundo Sustentable had a production of 129 programs, divided into six seasons. In the first season (July-November 2015) 21 programs were produced and broadcast. And during the period December 2015 January 2016, 10 selected programs of the first season were broadcast. For the second season (January-June 2016) the production and transmission of 27 programs was carried out and during the period July-August 2016, 6 selected programs were broadcast on the 46 programs that were the product of the first and second season. The third season (August 2016 – January 2017) was composed of 20 programs. From January to April of 2017, the broadcast of 18 selected programs of the first, second and third season and from the third week of February 2017 took place. The fourth season began to be broadcast as of May 8, 2017, with A total of 32 programs. During the January-April period, 12 programs were broadcast.
The fifth season (April-July 2018) consists of 17 programs and in the period of August-September a selection of the best 8 Sustainable World programs was made.
In October 2018, the transmission of the 6th Season of the Sustainable World began, which consisted of 15 programs.
In the recording of the Sustainable World programs, students, academics and administrators of the UANL have participated, as well as external guests who are part of civil society organizations, public and private institutions, both national and international, related to the promotion of sustainable development.
Topics that have been addressed in the program include human health, environmental education, green economy, environmental conservation and use of adequate natural resources, animal welfare, sustainable food production, sustainable infrastructure, generation problems and consequences of pollution, management environmental and operational safety, climate change, sustainable construction alternatives, sustainable communication, research for sustainability, cultural diversity and sustainability, innovation and sustainability, research and sustainability, sustainable consumption, bioenergy, recovery of natural environments, risks in the use of plastics , civil organizations and sustainability, in addition to the realization of a special program on the Conservation and sustainable management of the Lacandon Jungle, among others.