Eco-Justice: Essays on Theory and Practice in 2016

 

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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.

 

Essay submission for 2018 are open. Read more here.

 

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

Abstract Thinking

by Chet Bowers

 

 

After-word

by Chet Bowers

 

 

 

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