Eco-Justice: Essays on Theory and Practice in 2016
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124 pages, 7"x10"
This is the first Theory and Practice from Eco-Justice Press. We present to you a wide range of topics relating to eco-justice, by authors from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. We are pleased to give the authors a new venue to present their thoughts and we appreciate their contributions. Also, we thank Chet Bowers for writing the After-word.
The idea for this book arose because it seemed a ‘where are we now’ perspective on how eco-justice principles are being thought about and practiced seemed useful—we hope you agree. This ongoing discussion will hopefully benefit all.
Table of Contents:
A Note From the Publisher
Developing a Language to Support Healthy Partnerships in Powerful Place-based Education: The Experience of the Southeast Michigan Stewardship Coalition
by Ethan Lowenstein & Nigora Erkaeva
Freedom, Justice And Sustainability—
Do We Really Know What We Are Doing?
by Rolf Jucker
Re-Imagining Education for Eco-Justice:
Through the Lens of Systems Thinking, Collective
Intelligence and Cross-Cultural Wisdom
by Thomas Nelson & John A. Cassell
Relational thinking in the humanities and social
sciences: The educational dimension of eco-justice
by Joseph Progler
Two Faces Of Eco-Justice In Chinese Society:
De-Capitalizing Schooling Reform For A Sustainable Future
by Chun-Ping Wang
How the Technology of Print Promotes
by Chet Bowers
by Chet Bowers
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