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Chemistry Education Research and Practice
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Sustainable Development and Green Chemistry in Chemistry Education
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EDITORIAL

Sustainable development and green chemistry in chemistry education
Ingo Eilks and Franz Rauch

PERSPECTIVES

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and chemistry education
Mareike Burmeister, Franz Rauch and Ingo Eilks

Green chemistry teaching in higher education: a review of effective practices
John Andraos* and Andrew P. Dicks*

PAPERS

High-school chemistry teaching through environmentally oriented curricula
Daphna Mandler, Rachel Mamlok-Naaman, Ron Blonder, Malka Yayon and Avi Hofstein

An example of learning about plastics and their evaluation as a contribution to Education for Sustainable Development in secondary school chemistry teaching
Mareike Burmeister and Ingo Eilks

Sustainable production of chemicals – an educational perspective
Marco Eissen*

Implementing a systematic process for rapidly embedding sustainability within chemical engineering education: a case study of James Cook University, Australia
Madoc Sheehan, Phil Schneider and Cheryl Desha

Ensuring sustainability of tomorrow through green chemistry integrated with sustainable development concepts (SDCs)
Mageswary Karpudewan,* Zurida Ismail, Wolff-Michael Roth

Integrating sustainable development in chemical engineering education: the application of an environmental management system
M. T. Montan˜ e´s,* A. E. Palomares and R. Sa´ nchez-Tovar

Exploring the potential for using inexpensive natural reagents extracted from plants to teach chemical analysis
Supaporn Kradtap Hartwell

Introducing education for sustainable development in the undergraduate laboratory: quantitative analysis of bioethanol fuel and its blends with gasoline by using solvatochromic dyes
Paula D. Galgano, Carina Loffredo, Bruno M. Sato, Christian Reichardt and Omar A. El Seoud*