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Navigating a Complex World: Advancing Sustainability through Resilience Education

Education for resilience introduces a new line of research and learning. Multidisciplinary collaboration sparks creative thinking leading to innovative teaching and learning needed to address the daunting challenges ahead.

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Published online: November 30, 2016

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Framing Sustainable Health Locally through a Global Lens: The Role of the UN SDGs in Addressing Racial Equity and Public Health in the City of Detroit

A workshop, convened in a low-income U.S. city, hosted civic and health leaders who adapted the UN SDGs to demonstrate their relevance as a template for public health action.

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Published online: November 29, 2016

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The Impact of Religious Tourism: A Case Study of Cistercian Monastery in Awhum, Southeastern Nigeria

This paper examines the impact of religious tourism using the Cistercian Monastery in Awhum as a case study.

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Published online: November 28, 2016

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Cultivating a Sustainable Campus Community Garden through Creation of Place

Aimed at revitalizing a campus community garden, this one-year project explored physical, ecological, and sociocultural sustainability through campus engagement and a participatory process, leveraging synergies between design and agriculture.

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Published online: November 28, 2016

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The International Journal of Sustainability Education , Volume 12, Issue 4, December 2016

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Economy of Giving in Simbahayan Community Development Program

We introduce an alternative way of understanding the economy of giving as one possible approach for developing a social sustainability reporting framework.

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Published online: November 10, 2016

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Dryland Sustainable Livelihoods: Role of Clan and Customary Laws in West Timor, Indonesia

To pursue sustainability it is essential to understand households' current main concerns and to appreciate the role of local institution/belief that has governed households' activities in sustaining their livelihoods.

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Published online: November 4, 2016

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Agroforestry as Sustainable Agriculture: An Observation of Tayal Indigenous People’s Collective Action in Taiwan

This study focuses on indigenous people's collective action on agroforestry practice and finds that social capital regulates and cumulates community member’s trust and willingness toward a sustainable future.

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Published online: October 31, 2016

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Enhancing Public Engagement on Offshore Wind Energy Using “Genius loci”: A Case Study from the Lake Michigan Coast

We describe a novel approach to public engagement with offshore wind energy based on genius loci (“spirit of a place”).

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Published online: October 27, 2016

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Sustainable Development and Performance Measurement in Healthcare Organizations

Outlining current practices of sustainability assessment inside healthcare organizations could help practitioners face the complexity of such an issue when considering the potential use of these tools for decision-making.

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Published online: October 27, 2016

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