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Maria Hofman-Bergholm

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Cosette Armstrong and Melody LeHew

References ACPA - College Student Educators International. (2008). Toward a sustainable future. American College Personnel Association. Retrieved from Armstrong, C. M. (2011). Implementing education for sustainable development: The potential use of time-honored pedagogical practice from the progressive era of education. The Journal of Sustainability Education, 2 , n. pag. Armstrong, C. M., & LeHew, M. L. A

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Eileen G. Merritt, Leanna Archambault and Annie E. Hale

References Abramovich, A., & Loria, Y. (2015). The long-term impact of an education for sustainability course on Israeli science and technology teachers’ pro-environment awareness, commitment and behaviour. Australian Journal of Environmental Education , 31 (2), 264–279. Agne, R. M. (2006). Sustainability in Vermont’s K-12 standards-based curriculum framework. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic, & Social Sustainability , 1 (1), 3–9. Andersson, K. (2017). Starting the pluralistic tradition of teaching? Effects of

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John Buchan and Janette Griffin

References ARIES. (2009b). Mainstreaming sustainability in pre-service teacher education in Australia. In preparation. Bliss, S. (2008). Geography: The world is its laboratory. In C. Marsh (Ed.), Studies of society and environment: Exploring the possibilities (pp. 291-327). Frenchs Forest NSW: Pearson Education Australia. Cheong, I. (2005). Educating pre-service teachers for a sustainable environment. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 33 (1), 97

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Tanja Tillmanns, Charlotte Holland, Francesca Lorenzi and Pierre McDonagh

References Avolos, B., & Winslade, J. (2010). Education as a ‘line of flight. Explorations: An E-Journal of Narrative Practice, 1 , 70–77. Barber, B., & Rousseau, L. (2013). The living home: Building it into the curriculum. In L. F. Johnston (Eds.), Higher education for sustainability: Cases, challenges, and opportunities from across the curriculum (pp. 169–182). New York: Routledge. Bradbear, N. (2009). Bees and their role in forest livelihoods: A guide to the services provided by bees and the sustainable harvesting, processing and marketing of their

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Mohamad Saleh and Mohamad Saifudin

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Walter Alfredo Salas-Zapata, Leonardo Alberto Ríos-Osorio and Jaiberth Antonio Cardona-Arias

References Awang Besar, T., Hassan, M., Bolong, J., & Abdullah, R. (2013). Exploring the levels of knowledge, attitudes and environment-friendly practices among young civil servants in Malaysia. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, 21 (spec. July), 21–38. Aziz, A. A., Yusof, K. M., Udin, A., & Yatim, J. M. (2013). Development of students’ knowledge-behavioural changes in relation to sustainability through a case study. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 102 (0), 568–576. doi:

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Geert Franzenburg

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Ilga Salīte, Elga Drelinga, Dzintra Iliško, Eridiana Oļehnoviča and Sandra Zariņa

References Adam, R. (2016). Education for wicked problems and the reconciliation of opposites: A theory of bi-relational development. Routledge: 2Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon. Babbie, E. R. (2016). The practice of social research. USA: Boston. Badjanova, J., Iliško, Dz., & Drelinga, E. (2014). Holistic approach in reorienting teacher education towards the aim of sustainable education: the case study from the regional university in Latvia, Proceedings of the 5th World Conference on Educational Sciences , 116 , 2931–293, doi: 10

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Emerson Abraham Jackson

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