Leal Filho, W., Brandli, L., Kuznetsova, O., Paço, A.M.F.d. (Eds.)
2015, XII, 731 p. 120 illus., 58 illus. in color.
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A highly interesting theme: sustainability in higher education
A wide range of authors from 13 countries
A strong interdisciplinary focus, with a combination of research, projects and teaching experiences, of interest to a wide academic audience
This book documents and compares the experiences of a wide range of universities across the five continents with regard to sustainable development, making it of special interest to sustainability researchers and practitioners. By showcasing how integrative approaches to sustainable development at the university level can be successfully employed to bridge the gaps between disciplines, the book provides a timely contribution to the literature on sustainability and offers a valuable resource for all those interested in sustainability in a higher education context.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Campus Greening - Sustainability Research - Sustainability Teaching - Sustainable Development - University Programmes