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Jason van Tol – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Imagine what education would look like if upon completion every graduate was guaranteed a job paying a living wage, democratically created, doing meaningful work… This is a political possibility in most countries in the world today: Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) demonstrates that, provided a country has sovereignty over its currency, which most now…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Monetary Systems, Relevance (Education), Conservation (Environment)
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Erin C. Adams; Bretton A. Varga – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
In this article, we first (re)trace the presence and absence of mining, metals and extractionary practices, what we call MMEs, from environmental and sustainability curricular frameworks United Nations' Act Now Framework. Then, we critique the swelling markets, mentalities, and mastermindings used to develop and produce "clean" and…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Indigenous Populations, Social Studies
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David R. Cole; Yeganeh Baghi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Capital and property have been combined since Karl Marx wrote "Das Kapital" in 1867. Indeed, capitalism and the housing market are interlinked because property is an asset whose indexed value upholds global markets. On the other side of property as real estate is the environmental damage and augmentation of climate change that housing…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Foreign Countries
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Marina Pliushchik; Tuure Tammi; Pauliina Rautio – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Responses in resisting and subverting capitalist structures and practices often foreground imagination and experimentation. In environmental and sustainability education, imagination has been previously called upon as a way to sympathetically engage learners in environmental issues or to conjure alternative futures. But what other possibilities…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Learner Engagement, Imagination
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Rose-Anne Reynolds; Karin Murris – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Inspired by Karen Barad's agential realism and Donna Haraway's use of the Chthulucene, our paper profoundly troubles and unsettles the humanist subject that has been the cause of so much trouble. Re-turning to a government primary school in Cape Town as the "research site," we adopt temporal and spatial diffraction as a postqualitative…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Climate, Environmental Education, Elementary Schools
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Hyena Kim – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Overwhelming waste is one of the most compelling issues that contemporary environmental and sustainability education (ESE) should address. Understanding waste as an embodiment and offspring of ongoing colonial relations in the Capitalocene, I explore how ESE could perform a string figure with a wasted world by decolonizing more-than-human…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Sanitation, Decolonization
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Jason van Tol – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
This article develops a model of education from Murray Bookchin's social ecology by demonstrating how "the economy," specifically growth and employment, intervenes between the environment and education, impeding the goal of environmental education. By reformulating Bookchin's central claim in terms of power, rather than domination, the…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Economic Development, Employment
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Tan, Shihua – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
As a Chinese Canadian environmental educator and musician, I explore how the concepts of the heart-mind and holistic listening from guqin music could be applied to environmental education (EE) as a non-western perspective on the ecological crisis and the problematic separation between humans and nature. The early Chinese concept of the heart-mind…
Descriptors: Holistic Approach, Environmental Education, Psychological Patterns, Cross Cultural Studies
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Werse, Nicholas R. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Although numerous approaches to cultivating an ecocritical awareness in students exist, much scholarly dialog has revolved around ecojustice education and ecopedagogy. Whereas the former seeks to cultivate a local ecocritical awareness in students, the latter advocates for a globalized "planetary citizenship." While both cultivate an…
Descriptors: Ecology, Environmental Education, Consciousness Raising, Justice
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Kemmis, Stephen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This essay uses the theory of practice architectures to demonstrate the kinds of transitions underway as people change their practices to address the current climate emergency, with particular reference to Australia. The individualistic attitude-behavior model of behavioral change is inadequate for understanding these transitions, since they also…
Descriptors: Climate, Behavior Change, Ecology, Pollution
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Brissett, Nigel O. M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Education has the potential to help address some of the most critical social and environmental issues of the Caribbean. However, I argue that this can only occur if there is a radical critique of the now dominant education for sustainable development (ESD) discourse, which is seemingly constructed primarily from the positionality and interests of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sustainable Development, Developing Nations, Social Change
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Rodewald, Lucas – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Recent years have featured a surge of introductory surveys of environmental humanities scholarship, seeking to assist instructors in familiarizing students with the field's goals and parameters. Recognizing this abundance, this review essay examines some of the field's newest contributions: J. Andrew Hubbell and John C. Ryan's "Introduction…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Humanities, Introductory Courses, Textbooks
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Hjorth Warlenius, Rikard – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
More than a decade ago, critical ecopedagogue Richard Kahn expressed his fears and hopes regarding Education for sustainable development (ESD). He feared that ESD would be short lived and marginalized and would develop an instrumental pedagogy of one-sided transmission of knowledge, yet hoped for ESD to encompass three types of…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Poverty, Sustainable Development, Disadvantaged
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Payne, Phillip G. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Based in the 1977 Tbilisi formalization of Environmental Education (EE), this memory-work study of contemporary silences in Environmental Education Research (EER) emphasizes an embodied~materialist theorization and activist conception of ecological experience in EE (eco)pedagogy. Relevant empirical-conceptual research drawn from EER Special Issues…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Research, International Programs, Educational Policy
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Iared, Valeria Ghisloti; Hofstatter, Lakshmi Juliane Vallim – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
In this manuscript we present a critical analysis of the current pandemic moment, shifting the SARS-CoV-2 virus to the role of teacher, thus reflecting on possible learnings from the reality in which we are inserted. This perspective is located within the new materialism, in which we consider the agency of the more-than-human world. To do so, we…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Teacher Role, Foreign Countries
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