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Envisioning futures for environmental and sustainability education.
This edited collection invites educational practitioners and theorists to speculate on - and craft visions for - the future of environmental and sustainability education. It explores what educational methods and practices might exist on the horizon, waiting for discovery and implementation. A global array of authors imagines alternative futures for the field and attempts to rethink environmental and sustainability education institutionally, intellectually, and pedagogically. These thought leaders chart how emerging modes of critical speculation might function as a means to remap and redesign the future of environmental and sustainability education today.

Previous volumes within this United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development series have responded to the complexity of environmental education in our contemporary moment with concepts such as social learning, intergenerational learning, and transformative leadership for sustainable futures. 'Envisioning Futures for Environmental and Sustainability Education' builds on this earlier work - as well as the work of others. It seeks to foster modes of intellectual engagement with ecological futures in the Anthropocene; to develop resilient, adaptable pedagogies as a hedge against future ecological uncertainties; and to spark discussion concerning how futures thinking can generate theoretical and applied innovations within the field.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Arjen E.J. Wals, Joseph Weakland, Peter Blaze Corcoran

Part One – Principles

1. RiverSpeaking: the spiraling of transformative and restorative learning toward kinship ethics
Elizabeth A. Lange
2. Decolonisation as future frame for environmental and sustainability education: embracing the commons with absence and emergence
Heila Lotz-Sisitka
3. Imagining intergenerational learning and intergenerational ethics for the future
Brandon P. Hollingshead
4. Towards a teacher education for the Anthropocene
Alf Coles, Justin Dillon, Marina Gall, Kate Hawkey, Jon James, David Kerr, Janet Orchard, Celia Tidmarsh, Jocelyn Wishart
5. Transforming epistemic cultures in ESE with citizen and civic sciences as means for reframing participation in the commons
Priya Vallabh
6. Teacher ecological self – an ontological journey towards transformative sustainability
Rea Raus, Veli-Matti Värri
7. Envisioning education in the Anthropocene: long-range and game-changing
Paul A. Morgan
8. Future scenarios for sustainability education: the future we want?
Helen Kopnina
9. If the past is a foreign country, what is the future? The necessity of understanding the past, confronting the present, and envisioning the future
Richard Kool

Part Two - Perspectives

10. ″More than scaling up″: a critical and practical inquiry into operationalizing sustainability competencies
Stephen Sterling, Harold Glasser, Marco Rieckmann, Paul Warwick
11. How can education for sustainability create systemic change?
Sharon Zivkovic
12. Envisioning youth futures through university students′ education for sustainability initiatives
Grace Mwaura, Mahesh Pradhan, Kiama Gitahi
13. Educating for development or educating for the good life? Buen vivir imaginaries and the creation of one′s own myth
Thomas Macintyre, Martha Chaves, Sofia Villa-Barajas, Andres Makú-Pardo
14. Examining curriculum policy and pedagogy across borders: re-imagining socially transformative learning in early childhood education
Sue Elliott, Victoria Carr, Eva Ärlemalm-Hagsér, Eunhye Park
15. Preparing students for complexity and uncertainty: Flexible Learning strategies for developing environmental professionals
Will Valley, Guopeng Fu, Eduardo Jovel
16. Tomorrow′s song: technical institutes as living models for ecological consciousness
Bridget Sutherland, Paul Judge

Part Three - Praxis

17. Futures loss, despair and empowerment work in the University of Vechta: an action research project
Senan Gardiner
18. The 4D′s: a pedagogical model to enhance reasoning and action for environmental and socio-scientific issues
Laura Barraza, Isabel Ruiz-Mallén
19. Green stories of the future: leveraging standardsbased narrative techniques to guide student storytelling for sustainability
Bryan H. Nichols, Bessie P. Dernikos, Elizabeth A. Morphis
20. K′gari-Fraser Island: towards an immersive, interdisciplinary and inclusive approach to environmental and sustainability education
Kim E. Walker, Graham Ashford, Gabriel Conroy, Neil Tindale
21. Student empowerment through dystopic case studies
Garrett Stack
22. Combining high-impact pedagogical practices to foster creative visions of a sustainable future
Sasha Linsin Wohlpart, Kris De Welde, Briana Stiehl Marino
23. Reorienting Japanese university education towards community resilience in the wake of disaster responsiveness
Sachi Ninomiya-Lim, Shinichi Furihata, Paul Ofei-Manu, Yui Kaminaga
24. Teaching systemic sustainability through a local lens: engaging students with the community
Shawna Weaver
25. Back from the Future We Want: backcasting as a pedagogical practice towards sustainable futures
Sachiko Ishihara, Alejandro Marcos Valls
26. The SHEEEPS acronym as a framework for confronting wicked problems in times of rapid change
Nathan Hensley
27. Environmental focused experiential learning: what a university class on dumpster diving taught us about sustainable futures
Jayme Walenta, Keena Auld, Anita Boggs, Turner Glasgow, Ariana Randal
28. It′s enough to make you swear: the Oath Project at Nottingham Trent University
Roy Smith
29. Approaching complexity in the context of education for sustainable development: research and perspectives
Alain Pache, Philippe Hertig, Daniel Curnier
30. Student visions of multiple urban futures 2050
Lonny J.A. Brooks, Reynaldo Anderson
31. Integrating futures thinking through transdisciplinarity into sustainability accounting education: perspectives from Sri Lanka
Nuwan Gunarathne, Yasanthi Alahakoon
32. Reimagining sustainability education to address Anthropocene challenges: envisioning, storytelling, community scenario planning
Thomas R. Hudspeth
33. Change Drivers at the front lines of the future: rising cultures for sustainability education in contemporary South Africa
Injairu Kulundu
34. Grounding the future in the past and the present: community-based sustainability in an old Japanese mining town
Julie Saito, Mary de Sousa, Cathy Nolan, Arjen E.J. Wals

David W. Orr
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