147 Practical Tips for Teaching Sustainability
Connecting the Environment, the Economy, and Society
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Forewords by David Orr and Anthony Cortese
The stone age didnt end because of a lack of rocks! one educator is fond of stating. While there were certainly an abundance of rocks available,
stone age people moved on to a new era because it became possible for them to envision and create a different and more useful way of organizing
life. Many believe that we are currently at a similar juncture and can begin to imagine and construct new ways to live on our planet.
We are the first generation capable of determining the habitability of the planet for humans and other species, writes Anthony Cortese in the
introduction. Teachers at every level can play an important role in helping us find a sustainable path.
Exploring ideas about sustainability is appropriate for all disciplines, plus community groups, business and industry. The diverse backgrounds
of the authors of this volume demonstrate exciting situations in which sustainability is critical.
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