Enough for All Forever: A Handbook for Learning about Sustainability

Joy Murray, Glenn Cawthorne, Christopher Dey and Chris Andrew (eds)

Published by On Sustainability

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Book: Print $US35.00
Book: Electronic $US10.00

Enough for All Forever is a handbook for learning about sustainability. It has been written specifically for educators: classroom practitioners; school and system administrators and managers; those who develop curriculum; academics; and others who share the goal of environmental equity for all. It is about integrating sustainability into teaching and learning at all levels. The focus of the book is how to live sustainably, in harmony with a planet that has finite resources. This is not a ‘one size fits all’ handbook. Rather, it is a broad collection of work from over fifty different authors, all of them experts in their field and all committed to doing something about sustainability.

Keywords: Sustainability, The Goal of Environmental Equity

Book: Print (Paperback). Book: Electronic (PDF File; 70.880MB). Published by On Sustainability.

Dr Joy Murray

Senior Research Fellow, Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA), School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Joy Murray is a Senior Research Fellow with the Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) group in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.Before joining ISA Joy worked for over 25 years in education, teaching students from pre-school to postgraduate level.

Glenn Cawthorne

Glenn Cawthorne is an educator with a strong commitment to the environment and to sustainability. He has over 30 years teaching experience with a focus on Early Childhood and English as a Second Language.

Dr Christopher Dey

Senior Research Fellow, Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA), School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Christopher Dey is a Senior Research Fellow in the Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) group in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. His research interests are in energy technologies, greenhouse accounting and sustainability analysis.

Chris Andrew

Chris Andrew began his working life as an engineer. His journey over the past 25 years has taken him through roles in the oil, mining, finance, education and clean energy sectors before finally leading him to biodiversity conservation.

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