World in Transition: Sustainability Perspectives for Higher Education

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BU-VAS-464-0
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This book reflects current debates and experiences in HESD with special attention to the relation between the North and the South. It scrutinises inter alia the role of universities in society, innovative learning and teaching experiences, impacts of teaching and learning methods, institutional culture and organisational/governance structures, gender issues, main-streaming sustainability, and university and community linkages.

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Higher education has notable contributions to make to processes of change towards global sustainability – be they of local, regional, national, or international scale. Intensified global debate on higher education for sustainable development (HESD) has been taken up by the Second International Conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development July 2007, jointly organised by the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí, Mexico (Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, UASLP) and the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, supported by the Mexican and German Commissions for UNESCO.

This book reflects current debates and experiences in HESD with special attention to the relation between the North and the South. It scrutinises inter alia the role of universities in society, innovative learning and teaching experiences, impacts of teaching and learning methods, institutional culture and organisational/governance structures, gender issues, main-streaming sustainability, and university and community linkages.

Maik Adomssent (PhD), Almut Beringer (PhD) and Matthias Barth (PhD) are Senior Research Fellows in the Department of Sustainability Sciences/UNESCO Chair ‘Higher Education for Sustainable Development’ in the Faculty of Environment and Technology at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany.

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Artikelnummer BU-VAS-464-0
Produktform Buch
Thema Sonstige Naturheilverfahren
ISBN 978-3-96474-125-7
Erscheinungstermin 08.03.2010
Hinweis Lieferung in 2 bis 4 Werktagen
Seitenzahl 256
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