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Journal of Sustainability Education
The Geography of Sustainabilty
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
From Mindscapes to Worldscapes: Navigating the ever-changing topography of sustainability,
Fausto Sarmiento and Larry Frolich

Sustainability and Dancing
Carol Harden, University of Tennessee
La renovación de la crítica al desarrollo y el buen vivir como alternativa
Eduardo Gudynas y Alberto Acosta
A Tale of Two Sustainabilities: Comparing Sustainability in the Global North and South to Uncover Meaning for Educators
Richard Vercoe and Robert Brinkmann
The Sacred Breath: Teachings from the Inner Landscape
Jennifer Finn, Prescott College
A Sustainable Peace: From Militarized Borders to Transnational Resource Collaboration
Randall Amster, Prescott College

Future Climate Change in the Global South
Kenneth Young, University of Texas at Austin
Beyond the Monoculture: Strengthening Local Culture, Economy and Knowledge
Helena Norberg-Hodge, International Society for Ecology and Culture
A Note on Urban Sustainability-Education Nexus
Reza Banai, University of Memphis
A New Agenda for Science Education
Maceo Carrillo Martinet, Instituto Querencia Curriculum Advisory Team
For the Child and the World – a language of connection in education for sustainability. Fertile minds seeking dirt.
Linda Zibbell, University of Ballarat, Australia

Creative Journeys
Food Futures: A Poetic Essay
Pramod Parajuli, Ph.D., Prescott College
4 Inches of Living Soil: Teaching Biodiversity in the Learning Gardens–A photo-essay
Dilafruz R. Williams, Portland State University

Case Studies
Participatory Glacier Lake Monitoring in Apolobamba Protected Area. A Bolivian Experience
Dirk Hoffman, Bolivian Mountain Institute
Planting the Seed of Sustainability: Languages and Cultures Fertilize an Organic Garden at Miami Dade College
Anouchka Rachelson, Miami Dade College
Where Can Green IT/IS Education and Training Be Found Today? An Initial Assessment of Sources
Ellen England and Summer E. Bartczak, University of Central Arkansas
Bioethanol Production in Thailand: A Teaching Case Study Comparing Cassava and Sugar Cane Molasses
Travis Hamilton Russell and Paul Frymier, University of Tennessee
Enhancement of the Construction Engineering and Management Curriculum through Physical Energy Assessment of City Facilities
Terri R. Norton and Matija Radovic, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Working Towards Sustainability One Room at a Time
Grace Eason and David S. Heroux
Values and Participation: the role of culture in nature preservation and environmental education among the Baganda
Leonard Ssozi, Uganda Martyrs University
Incorporating Sustainability into the Curriculum: The Case of Green Course Projects at a Pacific Island American University
Yukiko Inoue, University of Guam
BIM as a Framework for Sustainable Design
Karen Kensek, University of Southern California
Integrating Culture as a Cornerstone of Success in Sustainability Education: A Case Study, Youth Allies for Sustainability Leadership Program, Earth Care, Santa Fe, NM
Christina Selby, EarthCare

Media Reviews
Review of Education for Sustainable Development Teacher Resources from the Geographical Association, UK
Shelby Gull Laird, Auburn University
Subversive Spiritualities: How Rituals Enact the World, by Frederique Apffel-Marglin (Oxford University Press, 2011)—A Review Essay
Pramod Parajuli, Prescott College
Review of Fleeing Vesuvius: Overcoming the Risks of Economic and Environmental Collapse, edited by Richard Douthwaite and Gillian Fallon, 2011, New Society, 457 pp. ISBN 978-0-86571-699-5.
Tina Evans, Fort Lewis College
Review of Energy and the Wealth of Nations: Understanding the Biophysical Economy, by Charles A.S. Hall and Kent A. Klitgaard (2012), Springer, 407 pp., ISBN 978-1-4419-9397-7.
Tina Evans, Fort Lewis College
Generations on the Land: A Conservation Legacy, by Joe Nick Patosky. A review.
Richard Pritzlaff, Biophilia

Scholarly Articles
Unpacking Spinoza: Sustainability Education Outside the Cartesian Box
Daniel Hansson, University of Idaho
A New Systems Approach to Sustainability: University Responsibility for Teaching Sustainability in Context
Eric Pappas, James Madison University
Framing Sustainability
Justin Mikel Miller, Ball State University
Embedding Education for Sustainability in the School Curriculum: the contribution of Faith Based Organisations to Curriculum Development
Leonard Ssozi, Uganda
Creating a Learning Organization to Promote Sustainable Water Resources Management in Ethiopia
Carol Atkinson-Palombo and Mekonnen Gebremichael, University of Connecticut
Teaching Sustainability across Scale and Culture: Biogas in Context
Shaunna Barnhart, The Pennsylvania State University
Amenity Migration: a comparative study of the Italian Alps and the Chil-ean Andes
Axel Borsdorf, Rodrigo Hidalgo and Hugo Zunino
Alpine Tourism in Tropical Africa and Sustainable Development? Ugandan Rwenzori and Mt. Kenya as Case Studies
Martina Neuburger, University of Hamburg, Germany and Ernst Steinicke, University of Innsbruck, Austria.
The Effects of Participative Goal Setting on Future Sustainability-Related Behaviors and Attitudes
Tracy McDonald and Marc Siegall, California State University, Chico
A Critical Learning Cycle Model for Sustainability Education: Two Case Studies of Water Conservation Programs in Jordan
Lexine Tallis Hansen, Shari Dann and John Kerr, Michigan State University
Assessing Systems Thinking Skills in Two Undergraduate Sustainability Courses: A Comparison of Teaching Strategies
Kim Y. Hiller Connell, Kansas State University, Sonya M. Remington, Arizona State University and Cosette M. Armstrong, Oklahoma State University
It′s about time: extending time-space discussion in geography through use of ′ethnogeomorphology′ as an education and communication tool
Deirdre A. Wilcock, York University, Australia and Gary J. Brierley, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Navigating a Geography of Sustainability Worldviews: A Developmental Map
Abigail Lynam, Prescott College

The End Page
My Ecological Self on Trial: Confessions of a Graduate Student in Sustainability Education
Malcolm Brooks, Prescott College