Just published is Issue 21 of the online journal, Policy & Practice published by the Centre for Global Education, Belfast. The issue is devoted to Development Education and Climate Change.
Sustainability Frontiers is well represented in its pages. Fumiyo Kagawa and David Selby have contributed an article critically examining the post-2015 international development and educational agendas especially as they relate to climate change and climate change education: ‘The Bland Leading the Bland: Landscapes and Milestones on the Journey Towards a Post-2015 Climate Change Agenda and How Development Education Can Reframe the Agenda’.
For the article click here.
Additionally, David Selby has contributed an article, ‘Roots of Climate Change Denial’ reviewing two important new books on the topic: Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate and George Marshall’s Don’t Even Think About It: Why our brains are wired to ignore climate change. For the review article, click here.
Issue 21 also includes a very interesting review of Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education by Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti. Edited by Fumiyo and David, this book appeared in early 2015. For the review, click here.