Previously published as a special issue of Environmental Education Research, this collection includes papers published in the first 10 years of the journal, together with a series of specially commissioned critical vignettes that address the kinds of research that the journal attracts and wider aspects of the journal's work over that time.
Contributors and editors also look ahead to the next ten years, discussing six major themes within contemporary research that require close scrutiny:
- EE and ESD: tension or transition?
- locating the environmental in environmental education research
- doing environmental education research
- environmental learning as process and outcome
- environmental education for …
- developing environmental education research.
For each theme, two papers published by the journal in the first ten years are re-printed and two researchers review the issues they raise, giving readers a broad and future-facing overview of the development of the field today.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Researching education and the environment: an introduction Alan Reid and William Scott Theme 1: EE and ESD: tension or transition? John Smyth, Michael Bonnett, Robert B. Stevenson, Edgar Javier González-Gaudiano Theme 2: Locating the environmental in environmental education research Henry St. Maurice, Judith S. Kaufman, Margaret S. Ewing, Adrienne E. Hyle, Diane Montgomery, Patricia A. Self, Andrew Stables, Stephen Gough, Rob O’Donoghue Theme 3: Doing environmental education research Louise Chawla, Karen Malone, Kim Walker, Constance L. Russell Theme 4: Environmental learning as process and outcome Roy Ballantyne, Sharon Connell, John Fien, Julie (Athman) Ernst, Martha Monroe, Mark Rickinson, Ronald B. Meyers Theme 5: Environmental education for … Bjarne Bruun Jensen, Karsten Schnack, Phillip Payne, M. J. Barrett, Julian Agyeman Theme 6: Developing environmental education research Sharon Connell, Paul Hart, Arjen E. J. Wals, Justin Dillon, Glenda Raven Endpiece: Researching education and the environment: retrospect and prospect Alan Reid and William Scott