Sustainable Development and Learning: Framing the Issues

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2.1 Some examples of sustainable development learning initiatives 14
5.1 Categories of interest in environmental learning 54

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1.1 Possible combinations of views of the relationship between society and the environment 5
1.2 Relationships between society, nature, learning and change 9
4.1 Mainstreaming environmental education: reporting findings to promote learning 34
4.2 Information, communication, mediation: contributions to capacity building 38
5.1 Society, environment, change and learning: a 'loosely coupled' relationship 45
5.2 Possible opposed orientations to the environment 51
6.1 A model of categories of social influences on sustainable development and learning 57
11.1 Dimensions of sustainable development 117
13.1 The alien's view 136

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Authors' Introduction xiii
  • 1 - Framing the Issues 1
  • 2 - The Policy Context 12
  • 3 - Language and Meaning 23
  • 4 - Learning and Sustainable Development 31
  • 5 - Humans and Nature 44
  • 6 - Theory and Practice 56
  • 7 - Management of Learning 66
  • 8 - Curriculum and Pedagogy 78
  • 9 - Measuring Learning 87
  • 10 - Monitoring and Evaluation 97
  • 11 - Building Capacity, Developing Agency 110
  • 12 - Economic Behaviour 120
  • 13 - Globalisation and Fragmentation 133
  • 14 - What Happens Next? 143
  • References 148
  • Index 161
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