Winter 2013: A Smorgasbord of Sustainability

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Editor’s Corner
The Smorgasbord:  Sustainability comes to flavor every corner of our lives and our institutions. 
         Larry Frolich, Editor, Journal of Sustainability Education, Miami Dade College

Sacred Ice Melting Away:  Lessons from the Impact of Climate Change on Andean Cultural Heritage
      Constanza Ceruti,CONICET / UCASAL, Argentina

Radical Premises in Sustainability Reform
     Eric C. Pappas, James Madison University


The Accidental Sustainability Agent
     Mark Apel, Christopher Jones & Daniel McDonald, University of Arizona

Storytelling and ecological management: understanding kinship and complexity
     Lela Brown ,Prescott College

CIDER:  An Acronym for Understanding the Educational Possibilities for Bioregionalism
     Nathan Hensley, Ed.D.,Auburn University

Sustainability Education: Focusing on Hospitality, Tourism, and Travel
     Cynthia S. Deale, East Carolina University

Environmental education and eco-literacy as tools of education for sustainable development
     Steven Locke, University of Wyoming, USA, Ricardo O. Russo, Universidad de Costa, Rica, Costa Rica & Carlos Montoya, Universidad de Caldas, Colombia


Case Studies
Teaching Astrobiology in a Sustainability Course
     Seth D. Baum, Pennsylvania State University

Greening A Digital Media Culture Course: A Field Report
     Antonio Lopez, Prescott College

A Human Ecological Approach to Energy Literacy through Hands-On Projects: An Essential Component of Effectively Addressing Climate Change
     Anna E. Demeo, University of Maine, Orono, David P. Feldman, College of the Atlantic & Michael L. Peterson, University of Maine, Orono

A Case Study in Sustainability and Fashion Education: Adventures on the Green
     Cosette M. Armstrong, Oklahoma State University & Melody L.A. LeHew & Kansas State University

Designing, Developing and Assessing Online Intra-collegiate Earth Charter Projects: Focus on Diversity
     Sheila Bolduc-Simpson & Mark  Simpson, College of Arts and Sciences & Mark W. Simpson College of Education

The Greening of the Language Arts:  Considering Sustainability Outside of the Science Classroom
    Lauren G. McClanahan, Western Washington University

Catskills-Inspired Learning: Place and Design in a Community College Program
     Helena le Roux Ohm, SUNY Sullivan


Scholarly Features
Higher Education: Features, Trends and Needs in Relation to Sustainability
     Antonios Maragakis, Delft University of Technology & Andy van den Dobbelsteen Delft University of Technology

Financial Literacy: the Hidden Curriculum, and Ecological Injustice
     Carmen Seda, University of Texas at El Paso

Effecting Change through Storytelling
     Patricia E. Grace and Eric K. Kaufman,Virginia Tech

Women and Nontraditional Fields: A Comprehensive Review
     Roofia Galeshi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Developing curriculum that engages students in evaluating their relationship with the natural environment
     Robin Reid, Thompson Rivers University

School leaders, sustainability, and green school practices:  An elicitation study using the Theory of Planned Behavior
     Dennis P. Veronese  & Lisa A. W. Kensler, Auburn University


Sustainability Photography
Conservation Leadership in Action
     Ashford S Rosenberg, Tennessee Aquarium Conservation