Universities and Climate Change

Introducing Climate Change to University Programmes


ISBN: 978-3-642-10750-4 (Print) 978-3-642-10751-1 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-19

    Climate Change at Universities: Results of a World Survey

  3. Chapter

    Pages 21-30

    Path to the Future for Climate Change Education: A University Project Approach

  4. Chapter

    Pages 31-46

    Australian Universities, Government Research and the Application of Climate Change Knowledge in Australian Coastal Zone Management

  5. Chapter

    Pages 47-65

    The Impact of Universities on the Climate Change Process

  6. Chapter

    Pages 67-81

    University of Minnesota Water-Based Nitrogen Budget

  7. Chapter

    Pages 83-88

    Sustainable Literacy and Climate Change: Engagement, Partnerships, Projects

  8. Chapter

    Pages 89-97

    Getting to the Heart of Climate Change Through Stories

  9. Chapter

    Pages 99-106

    Climate Change Education in the Curricula of Technical and Classical Universities

  10. Chapter

    Pages 107-115

    Interdisciplinary and Interfaculty Approaches in Higher Education Capable of Permeating the Complexity of Climate Change

  11. Chapter

    Pages 117-136

    The Campus as a Classroom: Integrating People, Place, and Performance for Communicating Climate Change

  12. Chapter

    Pages 137-149

    How to Educate for a Healthy Climate at a University? An Intergenerational Cooperation (A Case Study from Slovakia)

  13. Chapter

    Pages 151-162

    Targeting a Low-Carbon University: A Greenhouse Gas Reduction Target for the Australian Technology Network of Universities

  14. Chapter

    Pages 163-166

    Malaysian University Students’ Awareness of Geographic Information Systems

  15. Chapter

    Pages 167-177

    Lifestyle Changes: Significant Contribution to GHG Emission Reduction Efforts

  16. Chapter

    Pages 179-192

    Universities as Learning Organizations for Sustainability? The Task of Climate Protection

  17. Chapter

    Pages 193-204

    Using a Spare Time University for Climate Change Education

  18. Chapter

    Pages 205-220

    Embracing the Future: The Ball State University Geothermal Project

  19. Chapter

    Pages 221-229

    Engaged Learning for Climate Change: The Perils and Potentials of Collaborative Partnerships and Projects

  20. Chapter

    Pages 231-240

    Learning for Climate Responsibility: Via Consciousness to Action

  21. Chapter

    Pages 241-258

    CO2 Emissions Impact of Sustainable Food Procurement: Informing University Policy

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