26 April 2008

Special issue: Sustainability and education: towards a culture of critical commitment

International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development 2(3/4) 2007
  • As the heating happens: Education for Sustainable Development or Education for Sustainable Contraction?
  • Understanding the connections between double bind thinking and the ecological crises: implications for educational reform
  • Changing the story: 'Cradle-to-cradle' thinking as a compelling framework for ESD in a globalised world
  • Pedagogies for persistence: cognitive challenges and collective competency development
  • Implications of quantum theory on education: a critical review of the literature
  • Science, spirituality and holism within higher education
  • We comprehend that which comprehends us: an exploration of hermeneutic Gaia
  • Common wisdom: cultivating logic and intuition in science education
  • Spirits of ecological thinking
  • Whose emergencies and who decides? Insights from emergency education for a more anticipatory Education for Sustainable Development
  • Missing links: gender and education for sustainable development
  • Spires, plateaus and the infertile landscape of Education for Sustainable Development: re-invigorating the university through integrating community, campus and curriculum
  • Educating for sustainability: A double-edged sword?
  • Book Review: Environmental Principles and Policies: an Interdisciplinary Introduction by Sharon Beder
  • Book Review: Social Learning Towards a Sustainable World: Principles, Perspectives and Praxis by Arjen E.J. Wals
  • Book Review: Teaching Business Sustainability Volume 2: Cases, Simulations and Experiential Approaches by Chris Galea

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