International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 9:4, 2000

(Those articles referring to Higher Education are linked to the full abstract).


Guest Editorial:

Guest Editorial: Sustainable Learning in Geography for the 21st century
Hartwig Haubrich

Major Papers:

Educating an Environmental Elite: The Training of the Indian Forest Service
Kevin Hannam

Landscapes, Land Degradation and Aridification in Geographical Education: The Case of Hungary
Fivos Papadimitriou & Ferenc Probald

Case Studies in Student Geography Teachers' Conceptions of Teaching Environmental Issues
Graham Corney

Forum Working Across Subject Boundaries: Re-figuring Teacher Education for Sustainable Futures
Ashley Kent, David Lambert, David Lines & John Morgan

Education, Environment and Economy: A New 'Academic Grouping'
David Lambert

Economics, Scale and 'Really Useful' Knowledge
David Lines

Geography and Environmental Education - Really Useful Knowledge
Ashley Kent

Spaces of Hope? An Account of a Field Visit to Poland
John Morgan

Book Reviews

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