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A Digital Textbook : Sustainability and the Humanities, 1st Edition
By Walter Leal Filho, Adriana Consorte McCrea
ISBN 10: 3319953354 | ISBN 13:9783319953359
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Chapter 1.The Role of Religion in Global Sustainability: A Study on Catalonia’s Contribution to Sustainable Development Goals.-
Chapter 2.Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred: Transformative Learning as the Bridge between Worlds.-
Chapter 3.Enabling Transformative Urban Development for Integral Sustainability: A Case for Tapping the Potential of Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy in Planning Practice and Theory.-
Chapter 4.Sustainability, The Image of God, and The Person of Christ: An Exploration of the Role of The Hypostatic Union for the Sustainability Project.-
Chapter 5.Re-coupling Nature and Culture: How can Primary Teacher Educators Enable Pre-service Teachers and Their Pupils to Breathe Life Back into Humanity’s Tin Forests?.-
Chapter 6.Is it Possible to Give Environmental Issues A More Prominent Role in Church Life?,-
Chapter 7.The Poor Just might be the Educators We Need for Global Sustainability – A Manifesto for Consulting the Unconsulted.-
Chapter 8.Religious Organizations Bringing Sustainability Closer to Reality: Academic Contributions to Environmental Sustainability and Climate Resilience that can Help Faith Leaders Build Communities that are Environmentally, Socially and Economically Sustainable: Part 1 – A Literature Review.-
Chapter 9.The Roots Project Student Sustainability, Wellbeing and Global Citizenship.-
Chapter 10.Transitioning to Sustainable Food Choices: A Course Design.-
Chapter 11.Terra Two: An Ark for Off-World Survival—A York St John University Project on Sustainability, Spirituality, and Science Fiction.-
Chapter 12.Sustaining Theology: Personal Search to Public Research: Bible to Bibliography.-
Chapter 13.Exploring the Pentecostal Faith – Sustainability – Entrepreneurship Nexus in Zimbabwe.-
Chapter 14.Examining Evidence of How A Culture Values Nature, Particularly its Spiritual Value.-
Chapter 15.Approaches for the Implementation of Water-Related Cultural Ecosystem Services in Teaching Programs on Sustainable Development.-
Chapter 16.Towards an Integrated Disciplinary Narrative and an Enhanced Role for Geography in Education for Sustainability: Reflections on South African Higher Education.-
Chapter 17.Conjuring A ‘Spirit’ for Sustainability:A Review of the Socio-materialist Effects Of Provocative Pedagogies.-
Chapter 18.Engaging Intuition and Imagination for Solutions To Confounding Science and Societal Problems.-
Chapter 19.Re-thinking Economics in A Circular Way in the Ligh of Encyclical “Laudato Si”.-
Chapter 20.Contemplative Sustainable Futures: The Role of Individual Inner Transformation in Sustainability Research and Education.-
Chapter 21.Sustained by Faith? The role of Christian Belief and Practice in Living Sustainably.-
Chapter 22.Transformative Education for Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing; A Model of Online Delivery.-
Chapter 23.Sustainably Sourced Seafood: A Criminological Approach to Reduce Demand for Illegal Seafood Supply.-
Chapter 24.Sustaining Human Food Sources by Using Abrahamic Religious Guidance as a Framework for their Sustainable Production and Consumption.-
Chapter 25.Systematic Thinking as a Factor in Implementing Sustainable Development.-
Chapter 26.Taking Sustainability to Heart – Towards Engaging with Sustainability Issues Through Heart-Centred Thinking.-
Chapter 27.The Evolution of Societal Values: A historical Perspective of the Role of Sustainability in the Practice of Economics.-
Chapter 28.Religion and the Environment: An Exploration of the Connections Among the Hindu and Christian Community in the Republic of Mauritius.-
Chapter 29.What Can we Learn from Pope Francis about Change Management for Environmental Sustainability? A Case Study on Success Factors for Leading Change in Change Resistant Institutional Environments.-
Chapter 30.Law’s Ethics and Sustainability: Corporate Tax and Sustainable Social Structures.-
Chapter 31.A Model for Integrating Spirituality in Social Development in Latin America: Exploring Pope Francis Encyclical Letter Laudato Si (On Care for Our Common Home), the Ecology of Liberation and the Ancestral Wisdom of the South American People.-
Chapter 32.Shepherding Sustainable Development: Possible Lessons on Leadership from Judaism and the Early Christian Church.-
Chapter 33.Humanism and Business: The Case of a Sustainable Business Experience in the Florentine Tourist Sector Based on the Civil Economy Tradition.-
Chapter 34.Sustainability Values in the Legacy of St George Preca: Society of Christian Doctrine Women’s Experiences.-
Chapter 35.Sustainability and Religion: Past Trends and Future Perspectives.

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