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Hauptsachtitel:
Environmental education & its implication to climate change adaptation.
Erscheinungsort:
Saarbrücken
Erscheinungsjahr:
ISBN:
9783847348603 38473
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Kleinbild
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Hauptsachtitel:
Global climate change education.
Erscheinungsort:
Madison
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Environmental education in a climate of reform: understanding teacher educators' perspectives.
Erscheinungsort:
Rotterdam
 
Boston
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ISBN:
9789463002172
 
9463002170
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Abstract: India is grappling with serious environmental issues that have been largely sparked by its galloping economy. As a measure of its seriousness to reduce the environmental impacts it has spearheaded numerous policy initiatives. One of the major thrusts of the proposed initiatives to curb environmental degradation has been to create an informed and well-educated citizenry. The federal mandates have triggered new curriculum policies and the compulsory teaching of environmental and sustainability education at all levels in all education institutions. This volume examines the policy practice conundrum. It looks at how national and international policy reforms reach practitioners - in this case teacher educators. Furthermore, it unravels how teacher educators understand environmental education, the ways in which they negotiate its demands on their busy schedules, what helps them in determining relevant issues within this and finally how they implement these policies in their everyday practices. It is evident from this book that while there have been some really well meaning development of policies, their impact on teacher educators' practice, and therefore student teachers' learning about Environmental Education is limited. The study showed that while these teacher educators had a clear understanding of the environment and saw the need/importance of incorporating Environmental Education in their daily practices they had very little scope to do so. There were numerous factors that constrained implementation. The book provides inputs on global policy practice gaps. It offers valuable insights to a global audience grappling with understanding the ways in which environmental education policies are put into practice in emerging economies like India. The final argument is thesis that while policy reforms are a step in the right direction they need to be backed up with strong implementation systems in order to be successful.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Section 1. Building the Stories

Chapter 1: Introduction

Background
Rationale

Chapter 2: Environmental Education & Teacher Education:
A Review of Literature Review

Introduction
Global – Local: Environmental Concerns and Challenges
A Historical Analysis of EE (from Global to Local)
Teacher Education and Environmental Education: A Rocky Marriage
The Case of India: Teacher Preparation and EE

Chapter 3: Teacher Educators′ Practices and Identities:Developing the Study

Conceptualising the Study
Methodology

Section 2. Unfolding the Personal Stories: About Self

Chapter 4: Teacher Educators – Personal Connections, Background, Culture, Knowledge and Beliefs

Introduction

Chapter 5: Understandings about the Environment and Teacher Educators′ Ecological Identities

Introduction

Section 3. Unfolding the Professional Stories: About External Factors/Impacts/Bearings

Chapter 6: Teacher Education and Environmental Education

Teaching as a Professional ′Choice′

Chapter 7: Environmental Education and Its Implementation

Teacher Educators′ Views about EE
Teacher Educators′ Preparedness to Teach EE
Personal Experiences in Implementing EE
Student Teachers′ Preparedness to Teach EE
Student Teachers′ Experiences in Implementing EE
Supreme Court Mandate and Its Implementation
Organisational and Institutional Support
University and Institutional Support
Support from Government/Non-government Bodies
Preparation in Teaching EE
Summary

Chapter 8: Curriculum and Policy: Realities and Possibilities

How EE is Prioritised in the Curriculum and Pedagogy
Influence of Recent Policy Changes on Personal Practice
Summary

Section 4. Making Sense of the Stories: Need for Reform

Chapter 9: Synthesis

The Ways, in Which EE Is Understood, Negotiated, Determined
and Implemented
Organisational Culture and Its Influence on Implementation of
EE in Teacher Education
Characteristics of EE in Teacher Education in India

Section 5. Bringing the Stories Together: Traditions Nurture Futures

Chapter 10: Conclusion

Tradition versus Future

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Appendix 4

Appendix 5

References
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Hauptsachtitel:
Climate education climate variability and El Nino.
Erscheinungsort:
Canberra
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Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Fluctuations causes --
"El Nin~o" --
El Nin~o's global effects --
The Walker circulation --
The Southern Oscillation climate clues to El Nin~o --
El Nin~o's opposite phase --
Forecasting El Nin~o --
Ecologically sustainable development in Australia --
The future.
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Hauptsachtitel:
Incorporation of climate change learning into Michigan K-12 science and Great Lakes stewardship education: teachers' perspectives
Erscheinungsort:
Michigan
Erscheinungsjahr:
Hochschulschriftenvermerk:
M.S. Michigan State University. Community Sustainability-Master of Science 2015
ISBN:
9781321739879
Kurzinfo:
This purpose of this research is to explore the status of climate change teaching and learning within the context of science and Great Lakes stewardship education in Michigan. (Abstract)
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21.02.2020
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Hauptsachtitel:
Climate Change Education in Formal Settings, K-14: A Workshop Summary
Erscheinungsort:
Washington, DC
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ISBN:
0309260167
 
9780309260169
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Climate change is occurring, is very likely caused by human activities, and poses significant risks for a broad range of human and natural systems. Each additional ton of greenhouse gases emitted commits us to further change and greater risks. In the judgment of the Committee on America's Climate Choices, the environmental, economic, and humanitarian risks of climate change indicate a pressing need for substantial action to limit the magnitude of climate change and to prepare to adapt to its impacts. A principal message from the recent National Research Council report, America's Climate Choices, this brief summary of how climate change will shape many aspects of life in the foreseeable future emphasizes the vital importance of preparation for these changes. The report points to the importance of formal and informal education in supporting the public's understanding of those challenges climate change will bring, and in preparing current and future generations to act to limit the magnitude of climate change and respond to those challenges. Recognizing both the urgency and the difficulty of climate change education, the National Research Council, with support from the National Science Foundation, formed the Climate Change Education Roundtable. The roundtable brings together federal agency representatives with diverse experts and practitioners in the physical and natural sciences, social sciences, learning sciences, environmental education, education policy, extension education and outreach, resource management, and public policy to engage in discussion and explore educational strategies for addressing climate change. Two workshops were held to survey the landscape of climate change education. The first explored the goals for climate change education for various target audiences. The second workshop, which is the focus of this summary, was held on August 31 and September 1, 2011, and focused on the teaching and learning of climate change and climate science in formal education settings, from kindergarten through the first two years of college (K-14). This workshop, based on an already articulated need to teach climate change education, provided a forum for discussion of the evidence from research and practice. The goal of this workshop was to raise and explore complex questions around climate change education, and to address the current status of climate change education in grade K-14 of the formal education system by facilitating discussion between expert researchers and practitioners in complementary fields, such as education policy, teacher professional development, learning and cognitive science, K-12 and higher education administration, instructional design, curriculum development, and climate science. "Climate Change Education in Formal Settings, K-14: A Workshop Summary" summarizes the two workshops.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Front Matter

1 Introduction

2 Student Understanding of Climate Change

3 Science Education Standards and Climate Change

4 Teacher Understanding and Preparation

5 Innovations at the High School and College Levels

6 Closing Discussion: Major Messages and Parting Thoughts

References

Appendix A: Workshop Agenda and List of Participants

Appendix B: Climate Change Education Roundtable

Appendix C: Biographical Sketches of Presenters, Steering Committee Members, and Staff
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Hauptsachtitel:
Climate change education: engaging family private forest owners on issues related to climate change : a workshop summary
Erscheinungsort:
Washington, D. C.
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ISBN:
9780309305402
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Description

The forested land in the United States is an asset that is owned and managed not only by federal, state, and local governments, but also by families and other private groups, including timber investment management organizations and real estate investment trusts. The more than 10 million family forestland owners manage the largest percentage of forestland acreage (35 percent) and the majority of the privately owned forestland (62 percent). The Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, which is responsible for the stewardship of all of the nation's forests, has long worked with private owners of forestland on forest management and preservation. At a time when all forestland is facing intensified threats because of the long-term effects of global climate change, the Forest Service recognizes that family forestland owners play a key role in protecting forestland. It is working to identify optimal ways to engage this diverse group and support them in mitigating threats to the biologically diverse land they own or manage.

Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change is the summary of a workshop, convened by the National Research Council's Board on Science Education and Board on Environmental Change and Society as part of its Climate Change Education Roundtable series, to explore approaches to the challenges that face state foresters, extension agents, private forestry consultants, and others involved with private family forestland owners on how to take climate change into consideration when making decisions about their forests. The workshop focused on how findings from the behavioral, social, and educational sciences can be used to help prepare for the impacts of climate change. The workshop participants discussed the threats to forests posed by climate change and human actions; private forestland owners' values, knowledge, and dispositions about forest management, climate change, and related threats; and strategies for improving communication between forestland owners and service providers about forest management
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1 Introduction
2 Understanding Forestland Owners
3 Communicating About Forests and Climate Change: Case Studies
4 Engaging Forestland Owners: Perspectives from the Social Sciences
5 Recurring Themes and Questions
References
Appendix A: The Climate Change Education Roundtable
Appendix B: Workshop Agenda
Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants
Appendix D: Workshop Speaker and Steering Committee Member Bios
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Datum des Zugriffs:
06.03.2020
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Hauptsachtitel:
Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: A Workshop Summary
Erscheinungsort:
Washington, D. C
Erscheinungsjahr:
ISBN:
9780309305402
Titelbild:
Kleinbild
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
"FrontMatter""; ""Preface""; ""Contents""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 Understanding Forestland Owners""; ""3 Communicating About Forests and Climate Change: Case Studies""; ""4 Engaging Forestland Owners: Perspectives from the Social Sciences""; ""5 Recurring Themes and Questions""; ""References""; ""Appendix A: The Climate Change Education Roundtable""; ""Appendix B: Workshop Agenda""; ""Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants""; ""Appendix D: Workshop Speaker and Steering Committee Member Bios""
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Hauptsachtitel:
Kinshasa Collection.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Handreichung und Lernkoffer für die Bildungsarbeit.
Erscheinungsort:
o.O. <Göttingen>
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Titelbild:
Kleinbild
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BNE-Portal Lehrmaterialien
Woher stammen die Bilder, die wir von Afrika im Kopf haben? Warum wird Fast Fashion immer günstiger und welche Rolle habe ich als europäische Konsumentin?Dies und die Modebewegung in der DR Kongo stehen im Mittelpunkt des Lernkoffers „Kinshasa Collection″, der für Menschen aus der Politischen Bildungsarbeit entwickelt wurde. Das Unterrichtsmaterial ist ideal für den Einsatz in der Oberstufe. Es ist modular aufgebaut und für unterschiedliche Zeitrahmen geeignet.
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25.06.2021
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One hundred years a collective case study of climate change education in Georgia
Erscheinungsort:
Athens
Erscheinungsjahr:
Hochschulschriftenvermerk:
Ph. D. University of Georgia 2014
Kurzinfo:
This collective case study examined how five K-12 science teachers taught about climate change during Fall 2013, and asked how the University of Georgia can support climate change education. The participants were all experienced teachers, and included: three high school teachers, a middle school teacher, and an elementary school teacher. 'Postcarbonism', an emerging theoretical framework, shaped the research and guided the analysis. The teachers varied in their teaching practices and in their conceptions of 'climate change', but they were united in: 1) their focus on mitigation over adaptation, nd 2) presenting climate change as a remote problem with simple solutions. The teachers drew on varied resources, but in all cases, their most valuable resources were their own skills, knowledge and personality. The University of Georgia can support climate change education by developing locally relevant educational resources. Curriculum developers might consider building upon the work of outstanding teachers.
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Hauptsachtitel:
Development Education, Climate Change and the "Imperial Mode of Living".
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Thinking Institutionally about the Ecological Crisis.
Zeitschriftenausgabe (-> Ref.Nr):
Zeitschrift/Zeitung:
Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review
Z-Jahrgang:
21
Z-Heftnummer/-bez.:
1
Themenschwerpunkt:
Climate Change and Development Education
Erscheinungsjahr:
Seite (von-bis):
1-10
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Datum des Zugriffs:
12.06.2018
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Hauptsachtitel:
Nature-based solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban areas.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
BfN-Skripten 446
Erscheinungsort:
Bonn
Erscheinungsjahr:
ISBN:
978-3-89624-183-2
Titelbild:
Kleinbild
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Content
1 Summary
2 Acknowledgments
3 2015 ENCA Climate Change Group recommendations for taking forward the spatial targeting and implementation of nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban areas and their rural surroundings

4 Expert Workshop on ″Nature-based solutions to climate change adaptation and mitigation in urban areas and their rural surroundings″ (Isle of Vilm/Germany, March 2015)
4.1 Background
4.1.1. Urban ecosystem services and green infrastructure
4.1.2 Nature-based solutions and ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation in urban areas
4.2 Objectives of the expert workshop
4.3 Methodology
4.4 Workshop – Results
4.4.1. ″Mapping exercise″: Overview on current NBS activities
4.4.2 Climate change related impacts on the urban-rural environment and related impacts on city residents
4.4.3. Evidence and examples of nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation in cities and their rural surroundings
4.4.4. Challenges in bringing nature-based solutions into action
4.4.5 Potential barriers for implementing NBS to climate change in urban areas
4.4.6 Opportunities facilitating action to implement NBS to climate change in urban areas
4.4.7. Indicators of success for bringing nature-based solutions into action
4.4.8 Knowledge gaps relating to both future environmental changes and the effectiveness of different management actions related to nature-based solutions in cities and their rural surroundings
4.4.9. Future tasks to further the implementation of NBS to climate change in urban areas

5 Review on key issues related to NBS for climate change adaptation and mitigation in urban areas
5.1 Impacts of climate change and urbanization on biodiversity
5.2 Assessment of Nature-Based solutions for climate change adaptation and mitigation
5.2.1. Green roofs
5.2.2 Green walls for climate change adaptation and mitigation
5.2.3 Parks and street green as part of the urban green infrastructure as nature-based solutions for climate change adaptation
5.3 Nature-based solutions to climate change in urban areas and their role in improving city resident′s health and fostering social-environmental justice
6 Conclusions
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Hauptsachtitel:
Waste Management in Germany 2020.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Facts, data, diagrams.
Erscheinungsort:
Berlin
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Titelbild:
Kleinbild
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In recent years, the circular economy has been recognised throughout the world as an instrument for the sustainable management of ever scarcer resources. It is geared to using raw materials as efficiently as possible and keeping them in the economy for the long term. The circular economy embraces all stages of resource management, from resource extraction, product design and manufacture to sale, consumption and the closure of the cycle through reuse and recovery. ...
The aim of this publication is to showcase what citizens, municipalities and businesses can achieve together, and to provide examples of best practice to countries wishing to close their material cycles in an ecologically sound way. Ultimately, the circular economy is a global task, and German companies, scientific institutions and community stakeholders can make a valuable contribution with their expertise, services and modern technologies. (BMU)

In den letzten Jahren ist die Kreislaufwirtschaft weltweit als ein Instrument für die nachhaltige Bewirtschaftung immer knapper werdender Ressourcen anerkannt worden. Sie ist darauf ausgerichtet, Rohstoffe so effizient wie möglich zu nutzen und sie langfristig in der Wirtschaft zu halten. Die Kreislaufwirtschaft umfasst alle Stufen des Ressourcenmanagements, von der Rohstoffgewinnung, dem Produktdesign und der Herstellung über den Verkauf, den Verbrauch und die Schließung des Kreislaufs bis hin zur Wiederverwendung und Verwertung.
Während also das Konzept der geschlossenen Stoffkreisläufe darauf abzielt, den Kreislauf am Ende des Zyklus durch Abfallmanagement zu schließen, geht die Kreislaufwirtschaft darüber hinaus und umfasst Aspekte wie Rohstoffversorgung, Beschaffung, Ökodesign und Abfallvermeidung. In Deutschland wird dieser Bereich der Umweltpolitik als Ressourceneffizienz bezeichnet. (BMU)
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Introduction
Waste generation
The modern circular economy
Waste prevention
Recovery and disposal
Commercial waste
Waste graphic paper
Waste wood
Packaging waste
Biowaste
Residual waste
Marketing of compost and digestate
Sewage sludge
Waste electrical and electronic equipment
Waste batteries
End-of-life vehicles (ELVs)
Mineral waste
Waste shipment
Waste management as climate action
Information on the Internet
Abbreviations
Picture credits
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Hauptsachtitel:
Environmental Awareness in Germany 2018.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Results of a representative survey.
Erscheinungsort:
Berlin
Erscheinungsjahr:
Titelbild:
Kleinbild
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... For more than 20 years, we have been surveying the German population′s attitudes to environmental issues, their perception of environmental quality and how lifestyles develop. We collect these data in order to better incorporate the interests of citizens when drafting environmental policy measures and laws.
The results of the Environmental Awareness Study 2018 confirm that environmental protection and climate action must not be regarded as isolated policy areas. Rather, the effects in almost all areas of society must be considered from the outset. In areas as wide-ranging as transport, food and drink, and living conditions, respondents are calling for policymakers to take greater account of environmental concerns. ...
Svenja Schulze Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Foreword : Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Foreword : Federal Environment Agency
Key results at a glance
Environmental protection and climate action in everyday awareness
Energy transition – the trans-formation of the energy system
Agriculture
Transport
Key figures for describing environmental awareness
Social Milieus
Concept and methodology of the study
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13.08.2021
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Hauptsachtitel:
Climate Action in Figures (2020)
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Facts, Trends and Incentives for German Climate Policy 2020 edition..
Erscheinungsort:
Berlin
Erscheinungsjahr:
Titelbild:
Kleinbild
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Jährlich veröffentlicht das Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit die Broschüre "Klimaschutz in Zahlen". Klimapolitik soll auf Grundlage von Fakten gemacht werden. Und da Klimaschutz eine gesamtgesellschaftliche Aufgabe ist, macht das Bundesumweltministerium diese Fakten transparent für alle verfügbar.

Auch die vorliegende Ausgabe 2020 präsentiert und erläutert aktuelle Informationen rund um den Klimaschutz und vermittelt einen Eindruck der vielfältigen deutschen Klimapolitik. (BMU)
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Foreword

1. Why is Germany committed to an active climate policy?
1.1 Climate change – causes and consequences
1.2 Climate preparedness – adaptation to climate change
1.3 Global responsibility and opportunities for a sustainable future

2. Climate targets and instruments
2.1 International climate policy
2.2 European climate policy ...
2.3 National climate policy
- Spotlight 2020 – The Climate Package: Climate Action Programme 2030, the Climate Change Act and national fuel emissions trading

3. Emission trends and areas of action in the sectors
3.1 Emissions in Germany – past, present and future
3.2 Energy
3.3 Industry
3.4 Transport
3.5 Buildings
3.6 Agriculture
3.7 Waste and recycling management
3.8 Land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF)

4. Towards a greenhouse gas-neutral economy and society
4.1 Creating sustainable infrastructure
4.2 Enterprise and innovation
4.3 Jobs and structural change
4.4 Sustainable consumption
4.5 Sustainable investments

5. Glossary
6. Abbreviations
7. Endnotes
8. Bibliography
9. Data appendix
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