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Hauptsachtitel:
The handbook of sustainability literacy.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Skills for a changing world.
Erscheinungsort:
Totnes
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ISBN:
9781900322607
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Summary:
A vital resource for sustainability educators and decision-makers, this groundbreaking book joins leading sustainability educators with permaculturists, literary critics, ecologists, artists, journalists, engineers, mathematicians, and philosophers in a deep reflection on the skills that people need to survive and thrive in the challenging conditions of the 21st century. Responding to the threats of climate change, peak oil, resource deletion, economic uncertainty, and energy insecurity demands the utmost in creativity, ingenuity, and new ways of thinking in order to reinvent self and society. Among the many skills, attributes, and values described in this volume are values reflection, coping with complexity, permaculture design, transition skills, advertising awareness, effortless action, and ecological intelligence, each accompanied by ideas for active learning exercises to help develop the skill. Far from being a rigid or definitive statement of the one right way, however, the handbook is exploratory, aiming to open up new, unthought-of paths, possibilities, and choices. It is intended for anyone interested in the literally vital issue of the skills we need to survive and thrive in the 21st century and build a more sustainable future. Contributors include John Naish, Satish Kumar, Patrick Whitefield, John Blewitt, Stephan Harding, and Stephen Sterling.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acknowledgements

Introduction Arran Stibbe and Heather Luna

Part 1 Skills for a Changing World
Ecocriticism: the ability to investigate cultural artefacts from an ecological perspective Greg Garrard
Optimisation: the art of personal sufficiency John Naish
Grounded Economic Awareness: economic awareness based on ecological and ethical values Satish Kumar
Advertising Awareness: the ability to expose advertising discourses that undermine sustainability, and resist them Arran Stibbe
Transition Skills: skills for transition to a post-fossil-fuel age Stephen Quilley
Commons Thinking: the ability to envisage and enable a viable future through connected action Justin Kenrick
Effortless Action: the ability to fulfil human needs effortlessly through working with nature Ling Feng
Permaculture Design: designing our lives with nature as the model Patrick Whitefield
Community Gardening: skills for building community and working within environmental limits Alma Clavin
Ecological Intelligence: viewing the world relationally Stephen Sterling
Systems Thinking: the ability to recognise and analyse the interconnections within and between systems Glenn Strachan
Gaia Awareness: awareness of the animate qualities of the Earth Stephan Harding
Futures Thinking: the ability to envision scenarios of a more desirable future Sue Wayman
Values Reflection and the Earth Charter: the ability to critique the values of an unsustainable society and consider alternatives Jeffrey Newman
Social Conscience: the ability to reflect on deeply-held opinions about social justice and sustainability Myshele Goldberg
New Media Literacy: communication skills for sustainability John Blewitt
Cultural Literacy: understanding and respect for the cultural aspects of sustainability Kim Polistina
Carbon Capability: understanding climate change and reducing emissions Lorraine Whitmarsh and Saffron O'Neill and Gill Seyfang and Irene Lorenzoni
Greening Business: the ability to drive environmental and sustainability improvements in the workplace Zoe Robinson
Materials Awareness: the ability to expose the hidden impact of materials on sustainability Melinda Watson
Appropriate Technology and Appropriate Design: the ability to design systems, technologies and equipment in an appropriate way Mike Clifford
Technology Appraisal: the ability to evaluate technological innovations Gavin Harper
Complexity, Systems Thinking and Practice: skills and techniques for managing complex systems Dick Morris and Stephen Martin
Coping with Complexity: the ability to manage complex sustainability problems Bland Tomkinson
Emotional Well-being: the ability to research and reflect on the roots of emotional well-being Morgan Phillips
Finding Meaning without Consuming: the ability to experience meaning, purpose and satisfaction through non-material wealth Paul Maiteny
Being-in-the-World: the ability to think about the self in interconnection and interdependence with the surrounding world John Danvers
Beauty as a Way of Knowing: the redemption of knowing through the experience of beauty Barry Bignell

Part 2 Educational Transformation for Sustainability Literacy
Citizen Engagement Geoff Fagan
Re-educating the Person Karen Blincoe
Institutional Transformation Anne Phillips
A Learning Society Kate Davies
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Datum des Zugriffs:
20.01.2014