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Addressing global environmental security through innovative educational curricula.
Abstract: As the importance of environmental security increases worldwide, colleges and universities are evaluating how well they are preparing the next generation of environmental scientists and managers and developing new educational approaches. In this volume, we examine: (1) current educational practices and the need for change, (2) educational needs from the perspective of employers and professionals, and (3) new practices in higher education in environmental fields.

The contributors were carefully selected by an international coordinating team based on their international reputations in the field of progressive educational approaches and understanding of the global employment market in environmental science. Although the focal geographic areas are North America, Europe and the former Soviet republics, the ideas and strategies discussed are universal to all institutions of higher education.

We highlight specific non-traditional approaches such as using the university as a curricular tool, developing permaculture programs, and applying sustainability pedagogy, and document their success from both a student and employer perspective. We also include case studies on risk assessment and eco-efficiency education to illustrate why and how transdisciplinary education can be accomplished. We conclude that it is imperative that our educational systems teach environmental security at the university level within a transdisciplinary context; and that opportunities, such as internships and other methods of applied learning, are included in the curriculum.
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Note continued: 16. Permaculture, a natural systems design approach for teaching sustainability in higher education: Pacific University's B-Street permaculture project / Terry O'Day / Deke T. Gundersen
17. Addressing the use of non-traditional methods of environmental education: achieving the greatest environmental and educational benefit for the European region / Walter Leal Filho / Franziska Mannke
18. Teaching the environment as a bridge to peace and security in the middle East: the pedagogic approach of the Arava Institute Institute for Environmental Studies / Shmuel Brenner / Clive Lipchin / Sharon Benhaim
19. Risk assessment in Ukrainian environmental high education / Alena Klochko
20. Education in microbiology as a tool to meet challenges of environmental security / Zdenek Filip / Katerina Demnerova
21. Enacting a dialogue on environmental security in higher education: areas of inquiry and topics of discussion / Sarah Brylinsky.
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