Post-Sustainability and Environmental Education – Remaking Education for the Future is a new book.  The publisher says that it:

“provides a critique of over two decades of sustained effort to infuse educational systems with education for sustainable development.  Taking to heart the idea that deconstruction is a prelude to reconstruction, this critique leads to discussions about how education can be remade, and respond to the educational imperatives of our time, particularly as they relate to ecological crises and human-nature relationships.  The book might, thus, serve as an introductory reader for remaking 21st Century education.  It will be of great interest to students and researchers of sociology, education, philosophy and environmental issues.”

It’s written by Stephen Sterling and Bob Jickling and is available in hard and e-copy formats.  Yours for only €50.  Further details (including a 20% discount) here.  The e-book is now only £31.99.

The contents include:

Assuming the Future: Repurposing Education in a Volatile Age   Stephen Sterling

Saying Yes to Life: The Search for the Rebel Teacher   Sean Blenkinsop, Marcus Morse

Education and the Common Good   Heila Lotz-Sisitka

Environmental Education After Sustainability   Lesley Le Grange

Resilient Education: Confronting Perplexity and Uncertainty   Edgar J. González-Gaudiano, José Gutiérrez-Pérez

To find out more about the series, edited by Alan Reid and Marcia McKenzie for Palgrave Macmillan UK, click this link.