Education for sustainable development should enable people to think and act in a way that is fit for the future in the face of challenges such as climate change, environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, poverty and inequality. How can different disciplines address this task? In this volume, academic interdisciplinary contributions from philosophy, social sciences and education are complemented by transdisciplinary contributions from practical fields (e.g. museum education, journalism). The current contributions provide impulses for reflection and open up spaces for thinking in order to do justice to the complexity of the task of socio-ecological transformation.
Dr. Helge Kminek is a research associate at the Institute for General Educational Sciance at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
Anna Geyer is a student of political science and economics at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
Dr. Markus B. Siewert is a research associate at the Munich School of Public Policy and the School of Social Sciences and Technology at the Technical University of Munich, Germany.
The target group:
Lecturers and researchers of all disciplines, especially education