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Published by Routledge, The Sustainable University, is now available in paperback.

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The hardback was published in early 2013 and the book is a solid piece of work and shouldn't be getting dusty... still relevant and still required...for all academics.

The Sustainable University, edited by Prof Stephen Sterling, Larch Maxey, and Heather Luna.

"All in all, this is a remarkable addition to the literature on the still-emerging, constantly-transforming and otherwise difficult-to-define sustainable university. The citation of real-world experience and the networking of efforts in the UK context are insightful."  -- Robert J. Koester, Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 2013 7: 249

CONTENTS

Introduction

Part I: Context
1: The sustainable university: challenge and response by Stephen Sterling
2: EfS: contesting the market model of higher education by John Blewitt
3: Another world is desirable: a global rebooting of higher education for sustainable development by Daniella Tilbury

Part II: Aspects
4: Promoting sustainable communities locally and globally: the role of Regional Centres of Expertise (RCEs) by Ros Wade
5: Leadership by Chris Shiel
6: The journey towards sustainability via community: lessons from two UK universities by Rehema M White and Marie K Harder
7: Times of change: shifting pedagogy and curricula for future sustainability by Alex Ryan and Debby Cotton
8: Sustainability research: a novel mode of knowledge generation to explore alternative ways for people and planet by Rehema M. White
9: The student experience: campus, curriculum, communities and transition at the University of Edinburgh by Peter Higgins, Robbie Nicol, David Somervell and Mary Bownes
10: Well-being: what does it mean for the sustainable university? by Sarah Sayce, Judi Farren Bradley, James Ritson and Fiona Quinn

Part III: Institutional change
11: Whole institutional change towards sustainable universities: Bradford's Ecoversity initiative by Peter Hopkinson and Peter James
12: Bottoms up for sustainability: the Kingston experience by Ros Taylor
13: Towards a Green Academy by Heather Luna and Larch Maxey
14: The sustainable university: taking it forward by Stephen Sterling and Larch Maxey

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