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Frontiers in Environmental Education: Philosophical Reflections on the Impact of Power Epistemology and Consumerist Pedagogy in Environmental Education

  • The University of Newcastle (NSW)
  • East China Normal University

In this paper we argue that an educational ideology, based on an epistemology of power and consumerism, has become embedded within the structural foundations of Western Education. The combination of ...

Engaging with the contradictions of capitalism: Teaching "sustainability" in the business school

  • University of Sydney
  • The University of Newcastle (NSW)

The chapter explores how sustainability education might contribute to a reimagining of our economic system and the role of business. Based on our experience in developing and teaching sustainability curricula ...

LLM in Environmental Regulation & Sustainable Development

  • The University of Newcastle (NSW)

The Masters programme in Environmental Regulation and Sustainable Development is aimed at students with an interest in environmental law and regulation and is designed to allow students to specialise in ...

  • Posted Feb. 25, 2016
  • Academic Programs
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Institutional ecological footprint analysis - A case study of the University of Newcastle, Australia

  • The University of Newcastle (NSW)

With documented declines in the biophysical state of the planet, there is a need to develop indicators of sustainability. Ecological footprint analysis (EFA) can be considered an indicator of sustainability ...

  • Posted Feb. 24, 2016
  • Publications
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