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Informationen für:

Forschungs- und Transferzentrum "Nachhaltigkeit und Klimafolgenmanagement"
Forschungs- und Transferzentrum "Nachhaltigkeit und Klimafolgenmanagement"

8th November 2017: Symposium "Sustainability and Humanities: linking social values, theology and spirituality towards sustainability", Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom

Deadlines

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 30th May 2017
Deadline for submission of full papers: 30th August 2017
Deadline for full, revised papers: 30th September 2017
Deadline for registrations: 10th October 2017

 Since the book will be launched soon after the Symposium, the deadlines need to be followed.

How to submit an abstract

An abstract should be up to 200 words, it should describe the rationale and aims of the paper, and some of its results. General descriptions of broad contexts should be avoided.  The full contact details about the author(s) need to be provided. Abstracts should be written in the third person and not in the first or second one (e.g. I, me, or my paper). Please see a sample abstract below. Authors whose abstracts have been accepted, will receive further details about how to submit their full papers, and further logistical information.

Some developments on education for sustainable development in higher education institutions

Professor Walter Leal
Manchester Metropolitan University
School of Science and the Environment
Chester Street
Manchester, M1 5GD
United Kingdom
E-mail: w.leal@mmu.ac.uk

Abstract:

The implementation of sustainable development in higher education is a global trend. Yet, the intensity and the depth with which higher education institutions are taking on the challenge of sustainability, significantly differs.

This paper presents a global analysis about how higher education institutions are including sustainability issues in the different areas (e.g. teaching, research, outreach and institutional management) and describes the progress made in this field during the last 10 years. A special emphasis is given to the problems and barriers which prevent developments in respect of the integration of sustainability issues in higher education. Finally, some concrete steps which may be undertaken in order to allow universities to integrate sustainable development in their activities but also in regional development, are outlined. This paper will be useful to anyone interested in the different levels of emphasis given to sustainable development at higher education institutions across the world.

Letzte Änderung: 06.04.17

An die Redaktion

Contact:

Dr. Mihaela Sima
Inter-University Sustainable Development Research Programme
E-mail: simamik(@)yahoo.com