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Environmental Education

Finding a Moral Compass: Grounded-Theory Research on Ethical Leadership Training for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

This paper offers new perspectives on a theoretical model for developing a moral compass for education leaders; this paper further provides insights to enable students...
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Engaging and Educating: Examining Local Protests and Narratives of Environmental Challenges as Resident Researchers in South Florida

After the 2016 Presidential election in the United States, the co-authors (as resident-researchers) attended protests including environmental themes from the Everglades (south) to West Palm...
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Exploring the implementation of low-carbon education in schools

Sustainable development education has been implemented in the world for many years, but its effect is very little. With the growth of population, nature has...
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Education in the Anthropocene —Yale-NUS College as a case study of higher education

This paper is an interdisciplinary environmental humanities essay on (higher) education in the era of Anthropocene. It argues that education in the Anthropocene requires a...
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The role of education level in environmental protection — An empirical analysis based on China General Social Survey

Under the current pattern of development in the modern era, environmental protection faces various problems. In various research fields, scholars have also given different warnings...
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Global Briefs: Educating for the Social, the Emotional, and the Sustainable

1. Description NISSEM – a networking initiative launched at a CIES 2018 Pre-Conference Workshop – addresses challenges faced in pursuing the global goals of education...
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The Bloomsbury Handbook of Global Education and Learning

Learning about global issues and themes has become an increasingly recognised element of education in many countries around the world. Terms such as global learning,...
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