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1. What Is Education for Sustainable Development? 1.1. Embracing All, Redefining the Terms 1.2. Expanding Venues for Learning 1.3. Natural Processes As Model 2. The Ecological and Social Context 2.1. Population 2.2. Destruction of the Resource Base and Toxic Contamination 2.3. Loss of Species and Biodiversity 2.4. Disruption of the Climate/Global Warming 2.5. Illiteracy and Gender Inequalities within Schooling and Learning 2.6. Globalization 3. Historical Overview 3.1. Enlightenment Thinking 3… CONTINUE READING
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