23 December 2017

Special issue published: "Environmental Justice and Sustainability"

Interdisciplinary Environmental Review 18(3/4) 2017
  • Sustainability education: how evolving STEM benefits underserved populations
  • Place-based education: a look at its potential benefits to our students and our places through case study research and the literature
  • Navigating the difficult: teaching for sustainability, activism, and the recognition of modern slavery
  • Greening the debate: timing, locality and participation in predicting success of environmental justice campaigns
  • Just sustainability arts: a vibrant convergence
  • Environmental justice frameworks in student affairs assessment practice
  • Extinction and democracy: wildness, wilderness, and global conservation
  • Is weeding defensible? Moral consideration for crabgrass
  • Psychology's contribution to water conservation: barriers and success stories

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