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Innovation, education and communication for sustainable development.
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Frankfurt/ a. M. [u.a.]
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3631556446
 
0820487163
 
9783631556443
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Education for Sustainable Development presents a vision of education that seeks to empower people to assume responsibility for creating a sustainable future. There are many different stakeholders in sustainable development whose participation is essential if long-term developments are to be achieved: governments and intergovernmental bodies, the mass media, the civil society and non-governmental organizations, the private sector and formal education institutions (i.e. schools, universities, research and training institutes). But despite the need for concerted efforts, truly cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary projects and practical activities are seldom seen. In addition, there are few publications where the subject matters of education, innovation and communication – as they apply to sustainable development – are approached in an integrated way. This book combines approaches, methods and analyses which illustrate the contribution of innovation, education and communication to the cause of sustainable development. It is prepared as part of the INTERREG IIIB (North Sea) Project „SmartLIFE″, a partnership between three EU regions – Germany, Sweden and the UK. It is also a further means of support to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, since there is a paucity of academic and at the same time practice-related books which go over and above the theory of education and of sustainable development and move on to address the various problems related to it.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Michael Atchia: Environment, Education and Peace
Eugenia Aloj/Mariagrazia De Castro/Anna Zollo: The Role of the Scientific Community for the Actuation of the Sustainable Development Strategies in the Connection among the Different Stakeholders
Gunter Pauli: Autopoetic Learning – The Age-Old Learning through Fables combined with Modern Day Systems Design
Anna Birney/Benedict Hren/Liz Jackson/Patricia Kendell: Creating Pathways to Change
Almut Beringer: Sustainability in Higher Education and Conservation Psychology: Theoretical Perspectives and Research Needs – A Contribution to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
Julie D. Johnston: Educating for Sustainable Development by Teaching about Sustainable Development – A Community Learning Together
Sandra Wooltorton: A Participatory Approach to Learning Sustainability
Sarah Holdsworth/Sarah Bekessy/Carolyn Hayles/Peliwe Mnguni/Ian Thomas: Beyond Leather Patches: Sustainability Education at RMIT University, Australia
Joost Platje: Challenges in Introducing Sustainable Development Education at Universities – Examples of Poland
Carmen Bucovala: Towards an Education for Sustainable Development National Strategy in Romania
Svetlana Chernikova: Innovative Approaches in Education for Sustainable Development at Saint-Petersburg State University
Elise S. Houghton/Lawrence A. White: Environmental and Sustainability Education in Ontario – A Disorienting Dilemma
James Pitt: Learning about Sustainability through Design & Technology Education: the Sustainable Design Award
David B. Zandvliet/Janet Moore/Meg Holden/Rob VanWynesburghe: Education for Sustainable Development – The Great Northern Way
M.Y. Kononova/O.G. Nikonova/P.P. Pirozhok: Sustainable Development for the Real-Estate Management of Resort, Sport and Tourism Objects
Anke Zenker-Hoffmann/Markus Will/Maja Posselt/Bernd Delakowitz: The International Education Network «Neisse University» – A Contribution to a Sustainable Higher Education in the Enlarged European Union
María Novo: Research and Innovation on Sustainable Development from the Environmental Education Field
James Derounian: Do as I do, not as I say! Preaching what we Practice
Jolie Mayer-Smith/Linda Peterat/Oksana Bartosh: Growing Together to Understand Sustainability – An Intergenerational Farming Project
David Carpenter/Robert Dyball: «Outside In» – Experiential Education for Sustainability
Michael Littledyke: Science and Environmental Education for Initial Teacher Education
Alexander Fehér: Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development in an Agricultural University
Endla Reintam/Merrit Noormets/Kaire Rannik/Raimo Kõlli: Some Innovative Approaches for Teaching Soil Science at University Level
Laima Galkute: School Agenda 21 – FromPolicy to Practice
Kendal Hodgman: A Whole of Government Sustainability Approach
Remigijus Ciegis/Dalia Gineitiene: The University in the Promotion of Sustainability
Julian Swindell:The Information Villages of Pondicherry – A Case Study in Capacity Building for Sustainable Development
Alister Scott: Communicating Sustainability Research – Theoretical and Practical Challenges
Jette Egelund Holgaard: Environmental Communication in a Learning Perspective – Experiences from the Danish Electronic Industry
Chris Russill/Joshua M. Pearce: Sustainability Communication in American Model Research Universities – A Pragmatist Heuristic and the Rationale for Energy Service Projects
Rebecca Schiff: Engaging Cross-Sectoral Communication for the Development of Sustainable Food Systems
Christy Newman/Peter Newman/Robert Whitehead: Campaign for Sydney – Media Intervention for a Sustainability Agenda
C. Skanavis/Ch. Giannoulis: Sustainability Communication in the Interpretation of Natural Heritage
Barrett C. Brown/Chris Riedy: Use of the Integral Framework to Design Developmentally-Appropriate Sustainability Communications
Kathryn Buselich/Nicole Hodgson: Communicating Sustainability in a Civil Society Context – The WA Collaboration Experience in Western Australia
Gabriela Espinosa/Walter Leal Filho/Franziska Mannke: Using Principles of Environmental Education towards Increasing Knowledge amongst Consumers of Options to reduce Reliance on Fossil Fuels – An Analysis of Trends inthe European Union