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International debate on education for sustainable development.
Gland; Switzerland
This novel publication includes summaries of the main issues arising from a global Internet discussion on the changing perspectives on environmental education in the light of the global initiative on sustainable development. Fifty experts from around the world discussed in five rounds how they see the field evolving. The accompanying CD-ROM allows you to delve into the points made by each participant. It also contains a top-10 list of books and sites on the subject. It explains how the Web site discussion was managed, for those interested in learning more about mobilising knowledge using the opportunities of the World Wide Web.
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1. Initiative and Objectives

1.1 Initiative Objectives

1.2 Approach

1.3 Participants and visitors

1.4 Appreciation of ESDebate by participants

1.5 Leads for the future

1.6 How to read this report

2. The concept of education for sustainable development

2.1 ParticipantsÆ responses to the statements

2.2 ESD = EE?

2.3 ESD for or about?

2.4 Distinctive features of ESD

2.5 ESD as a force for change

3 Good practice of ESD

3.1 Introduction

3.2 ParticipantsÆ responses to the statements

3.3 Factors which make ESD projects successful

3.4 Factors which make ESD projects fail

3.5 Most needed in the field of ESD

3.6 Inspiring Examples

4 Implications

4.1 ParticipantsÆ responses to statements

4.2 What should target groups learn and unlearn?

5 Ideas for work programs for ESD on local, national and international level

5.1 Introduction

5.2 General conclusion: most attention given to underlying principles

5.3 Philosophy: empowerment and education about or as sustainability

5.4 The process: steps & guidelines

5.5 Local, national and international programs

6 Evaluation of the ESDebate

6.1 What did we learn?

6.2 Concluding statements: overview

6.3 Should ESD be abolished as a concept?

6.4 Is it easier to preach about ESD than to practice it?

6.5 Should a future ESDebate have a greater diversity of participants?

6.6 The participantsÆ learning in ESDebate
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