Higher Education in a Sustainable Society

Higher Education in a Sustainable Society

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This book addresses the following question: What is a sustainable society, and how can higher education help us to develop toward it? The core argument put forward is that the concept of sustainability reaches much farther than just the direct aspects of environmental threats and carbon emissions. Using higher education as a point of departure, the book shows that sustainability involves a broad range of disciplines, from nursing and nutrition to technology and management. It argues that a sustainable society entails a distinct perspective on society that influences our social thinking in terms of ethics, democracy and knowledge development. The book also discusses if (and if so, how) higher education can and should contribute to such a development based on the principles of the freedom of science in a liberal, democratic society. The book presents Mutual Competence Building as a concept higher education can adapt in order to contribute to a sustainable Society.In G. Anthony aamp; B. Grevholm (Eds.), Teachers of mathematics: Recruitment, retention, professional development and identity (pp. ... 7th International Conference May 12a€“13, 2006 (pp. 61a€“68). Tartu ... Oxford: Oxford University Press. Halweilanbsp;...

Title:Higher Education in a Sustainable Society
Author: Hans Garmann Johnsen, Stina Torjesen, Richard Ennals
Publisher:Springer - 2015-03-28

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