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Description

How and
why might we embed sustainability in the curriculum, campus and culture of HE
institutions? This is a key current issue, both in the UK and internationally.
This SEDA Special is targeted at the educational development community,
sustainability co-ordinators or others seeking whole-institution change around
sustainability. The wide range of thirteen UK and international authors provide
unique perspectives on issues as diverse as formal and informal learning
through the campus and curriculum, sustainability pedagogies, sustainability
and employability and the development of communities of practice. This Special
is practical and accessible to the non-expert, providing clear advice and
guidance built on contributors’ successes and failures in this fascinating and
important area of rapidly-developing practice. The foreword has been written by
Brian Chalkley, Emeritus Professor at Plymouth University.

Additional information

Published Year

2012

Published Author

Edited by: Debby Cotton, Stephen Sterling, Jennie Winter, Vivian Neal

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