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Climate Change and the Role of Education.
This book offers insights into the educational dimensions of climate change and promotes measures to improve education in this context. It is widely believed that education can play a key role in finding global solutions to many problems related to climate change. Indeed, education as a process not only helps young people to better understand and address the impact of global warming, but also fosters better attitudes and behaviours to aid efforts towards mitigating climate change and adapting to a changing environment. But despite the central importance of education in relation to climate change, there is a paucity of publications on this theme. Against this background, the book focuses on the educational aspects of climate change and showcases examples of research, projects and other initiatives aimed at educating various audiences. It also provides a platform for reflections on the role education can play in fostering awareness on a changing climate.
Presenting a wide range of valuable lessons learned, which can be adapted and replicated elsewhere, the book appeals to educators and practitioners alike. (Verlag)
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Table of Content

Front Matter
Pages i-x

Climate Change Education: An Overview of International Trends and the Need for Action
Walter Leal Filho, Sarah L. Hemstock
Pages 1-17
Fiery Spirits: Educational Opportunities for Accelerating Action on Climate Change for Sustainable Development
Terence Miller, Mark Charlesworth
Pages 19-32
Integrating Climate Change Competencies into Mechanical Engineering Education
Sven Linow
Pages 33-51
Climate Change Education Across the Curriculum
Rahul Chopra, Aparna Joshi, Anita Nagarajan, Nathalie Fomproix, L. S. Shashidhara
Pages 53-69
Researching Climate Change in Their Own Backyard—Inquiry-Based Learning as a Promising Approach for Senior Class Students
Sebastian Brumann, Ulrike Ohl, Carolin Schackert
Pages 71-86
Energy Transitions: Linking Energy and Climate Change
John H. Perkins
Pages 87-106
Delivery Mode and Learner Emissions: A Comparative Study from Botswana
Alexis Carr, Stanley Modesto, K. Balasubramanian, Kayla Ortlieb, John Lesperance
Pages 107-127
Adolescents′ Perceptions of the Psychological Distance to Climate Change, Its Relevance for Building Concern About It, and the Potential for Education
Moritz Gubler, Adrian Brügger, Marc Eyer
Pages 129-147
Addressing Climate Change at a Much Younger Age Than just at the Decision-Making Level: Perceptions from Primary School Teachers in Fiji
Peni Hausia Havea, Apenisa Tamani, Anuantaeka Takinana, Antoine De Ramon N′ Yeurt, Sarah L. Hemstock, Hélène Jacot Des Combes
Pages 149-167
The Benefits and Downsides of Multidisciplinary Education Relating to Climate Change
Lino Briguglio, Stefano Moncada
Pages 169-187
Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management and the Role of Education: Benefits and Challenges of Online Learning for Pacific Small Island Developing States
Diana Hinge Salili, Linda Flora Vaike
Pages 189-199
Learning with Idea Station: What Can Children on One Canadian Playground Teach Us About Climate Change?
Sarah Hennessy
Pages 201-217
Using a Masters Course to Explore the Challenges and Opportunities of Incorporating Sustainability into a Range of Educational Contexts
Alison Fox, Paula Addison-Pettit, Clare Lee, Kris Stutchbury, Together with Masters Students on the Module EE830: Educating the Next Generation
Pages 219-236
Capacity Building Itinerary on Sustainable Energy Solutions for Islands and Territories at Risk for the Effects of Climate Change
Lara de Diego, María Luisa Marco, Mirian Bravo
Pages 237-253
Taking Current Climate Change Research to the Classroom—The ″Will Hermit Crabs Go Hungry in Future Oceans?″ Project
Christina C. Roggatz, Neil Kenningham, Helga D. Bartels-Hardege
Pages 255-277
Why Is Early Adolescence So Pivotal in the Climate Change Communication and Education Arena?
Inez Harker-Schuch
Pages 279-290
Developing a Climate Literacy Framework for Upper Secondary Students
Inez Harker-Schuch, Michel Watson
Pages 291-318
Realities of Teaching Climate Change in a Pacific Island Nation
Charles Pierce
Pages 319-347
From Academia to Response-Ability
Raichael Lock
Pages 349-362

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in Resilience (Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction) in the Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges in Climate Change Education
Helene Jacot Des Combes, Amelia Siga, Leigh-Anne Buliruarua, Titilia Rabuatoka, Nixon Kua, Peni Hausia Havea
Pages 363-370
The Role of Informal Education in Climate Change Resilience: The Sandwatch Model
G. Cambers, P. Diamond, M. Verkooy
Pages 371-383
A Plexus Curriculum in School Geography—A Holistic Approach to School Geography for an Endangered Planet
Phil Wood, Steven Puttick
Pages 385-399
(Latent) Potentials to Incorporate and Improve Environmental Knowledge Using African Languages in Agriculture Lessons in Malawi
Michael M. Kretzer, Russell H. Kaschula
Pages 401-418
Sixty Seconds Above Sixty Degrees: Connecting Arctic and Non-Arctic Classrooms in the Age of Climate Change
Mary E. Short, Laura C. Engel
Pages 419-434
Diving Ecotourism as Climate Change Communicating Means: Greek Diving Instructors′ Perceptions
Georgios Maripas-Polymeris, Aristea Kounani, Maria ?. Seleventi, Constantina Skanavis
Pages 435-455
A Model to Integrate University Education Within Cultural Traditions for Climate Change Resilience
Keith Morrison
Pages 457-479
Nurturing Adaptive Capacity Through Self-regulated Learning for Online Postgraduate Courses on Climate Change Adaptation
Keith Morrison, Moleen Monita Nand, Heena Lal
Pages 481-505
Increasing Environmental Action Through Climate Change Education Programmes that Enable School Students, Teachers and Technicians to Contribute to Genuine Scientific Research
Elizabeth A. C. Rushton
Pages 507-523
Teenagers Expand Their Conceptions of Climate Change Adaptation Through Research-Education Cooperation
Oliver Gerald Schrot, Lars Keller, Dunja Peduzzi, Maximilian Riede, Alina Kuthe, David Ludwig
Pages 525-547
Engaging and Empowering Business Management Students to Support the Mitigation of Climate Change Through Sustainability Auditing
Kay Emblen-Perry
Pages 549-573