This series brings together international educators and researchers working from a variety of perspectives to explore and present best practice for research and teaching in environmental studies.
Given the urgency of environmental problems, our approach to the research and teaching of environmental studies is crucial. Reflecting on examples of success and failure within the field, this collection showcases authors from a diverse range of environmental disciplines including climate change, environmental communication and sustainable development. Lessons learned from interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research are presented, as well as teaching and classroom methodology for specific countries and disciplines.
Comprising edited collections, monographs and textbooks, this series will be a valuable resource for all those working in higher education for environment and sustainability.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please contact Annabelle Harris, Editor for Environment and Sustainability: [email protected]
Edited By Conrad Alexandrowicz, David Fancy
May 04, 2021
This volume explores whether theatre pedagogy can and should be transformed in response to the global climate crisis. Conrad Alexandrowicz and David Fancy present an innovative re-imagining of the ways in which the art of theatre, and the pedagogical apparatus that feeds and supports it, might ...
By Michael Bonnett
December 31, 2020
This book explores alternative ways of understanding our environmental situation by challenging the Western view of nature as purely a resource for humans. Environmental Consciousness, Nature and the Philosophy of Education asserts that we need to retrieve a thinking that expresses a different ...
Edited By Dena Fam, Michael O'Rourke
November 02, 2020
Unlike other volumes in the current literature, this book provides insight for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary researchers and practitioners on what doesn’t work. Documenting detailed case studies of project failure matters, not only as an illustration of experienced challenges but also as ...