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Sustainability in the Australasian university context.
Frankfurt/ a. M. [u.a.]
Sustainable development, i.e. the use of existing natural resources in a way that they are available in the long term for future generations, holds a central position at an international level. Sustainability has also found its way into academia, especially in North America, Europe and Australasia, where many universities include it in their programs. Due to their wealth of experiences and well-organised structure, Australasian universities provide a good example of how to promote sustainability in respect of policy as well as academic practice. In order to succeed and to last, sustainability initiatives must be incorporated into the structures and operational systems of universities. In addition to traditional efforts towards making provisions for sustainable development elements in the areas of teaching or research, a sustainability dimension must also be considered as part of extension works, operations, and in staff training.
This book discusses the context of sustainability in the Australasian tertiary sector, provides examples of innovative education for sustainability initiatives, and presents details of leading campus greening projects. The authors hope that these examples can help and inspire people in other countries and regions as well.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Pillars of Society: The Historical Context for Sustainability and Higher Education in Australia
Kate Sherren

A Curriculum for a Cause?
Kate Sherren, Libby Robin

Human Ecology and Education for Sustainability
Robert Dyball, David Carpenter

Partnering for Sustainability: A Task not for the Faint-Hearted
Peliwe P. Mnguni, Susan Long

Art for Earth's Sake: Creative and Interdisciplinary Collaborations for Sustainability in the Tertiary Sector
John Reid, David Carpenter, Bart Meehan

The Green Steps Program: Fostering Environmental Change Agents
Stefan Kaufman Will Symons, Zafi Bachar

Beyond Leather Patches (BELP): Sustainability Education at RMIT University
Sarah Holdsworth, Sarah Bekessy, Peliwe Mnguni, Carolyn Hayles, Ian Thomas

Ripple Effects - A Study of the Learning Outcomes of Taking University Students to a Local Coral Reef
Carl Stepath, Hilary Whitehouse

Toward sustainable living through outdoor education
Almut Beringer, Peter Martin

The Sustainabihity Journey at Murdoch University
Peter Newman

Triple Bottom Line (TBL) Reporting and Strategic Change in Higher Education
Belinda Towns, Chris Cocklin

The Monash University Green Office Program: Engaging Staff in Sustainable Work Practices
Mark Boulet

Planning for Biodiversity: a Challenge for Universities
David Carpenter, Beth Mitchell, Bart Meehan

Restoring the Waterways of University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Kathryn I. Hewson, Leanne K. O'Brien, Rachel M. Barker, Jeffrey G. Weston

Towards a model for best practice recycling in the tertiary sector
Robin Tennant-Wood, John Sullivan

Fish Passage Prototypes: Integrating Research, Teaching and Conservation
Ross Kapitzke

From Policy to Practice: Environmental Management at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
Barbara Dolamore, lan Milne, Grant McPhail, David Currie

Preventing Pollution from the Australian National University
Su Wildriver