Sustainable Development and Learning: Framing the Issues

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Acknowledgements
In writing this book and its companion volume Key Issues in Sustainable Development and Learning: a critical review, we have attempted to draw on a wide range of research, literature and practice from worldwide and deliberately contrasting contexts. We have also drawn on our own work and those of interested colleagues from across the world. The debt of gratitude we owe to many people and institutions is obvious to us but to attempt to identify everyone runs the risk of inexplicable and unforgivable omission. However, it is very clear that the following networks and organisations need a special mention and a big on-going 'thank you':
Our close colleagues in the Centre for Research in Education and the Environment at Bath with whom it is a privilege to work
The wider network of colleagues in the Department of Education and the University's International Centre for the Environment who are a constant source of stimulus and opportunity
Colleagues working in nearby universities, NGOs and local government, whose work 'on the ground' is of continued interest and hope
Members of the UK's FERN research network whose friendly stimulus and penetrating challenge to each other is an excellent example of effective collegiality
The director and staff of the UK's Council for Environmental Education whose keen interest in these issues is matched only by a dedicated professionalism which greatly benefits the field
Editors within Taylor and Francis who not only put so much into this book and the companion reader, but who provide continuing world class support for the development of Environmental Education Research and cognate academic journals as vehicles for exploring the important ideas we are discussing here
Colleagues within national and international NGOs and government ministries and agencies whose interest and stimulus are felt across sectors
Colleagues who come together for regular international research development seminars which continue to prove so valuable in nurturing new researchers and stimulating co-operation
Colleagues within the North American Association of Environmental Education who

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