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Environmental Education, Ethics & Action in Southern Africa – EEASA monograph

Environmental Education, Ethics & Action in Southern Africa – EEASA monograph

Environmental Education, Ethics & Action in Southern Africa – EEASA monograph

Written by environmental practitioners from across the region, the Monograph is a window onto environmental challenges in diverse African contexts. These contexts include Malawian officials and community leaders, new to multi-level governance, taking up the challenge of environmental management in villages and districts; Ugandan small-scale farmers in partnership with NGOs trying to produce sustainably for the household and the international market; and government-civil society partnerships in South Africa, where the political transformation of the education system introduced a focus on environment and human rights in the national school curriculum. Other contributions from South Africa, Angola, Lesotho, Zambia, and Zimbabwe open up yet more contexts of environmental practice: industry reporting, environmental management, research, philosophy, the media, conservation, and the seeking out of indigenous knowledge.

Africa Environment, sustainability, energy and climate change Open Access

  • Product Information
  • Format: 210mm x 148mm (Soft Cover)
  • Pages: 12
  • ISBN 13: 0-7969-2001-X
  • Rights: World Rights

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Environmental practitioners provide insight into environmental progress and challenges in diverse African contexts. Case studies and contributors from South Africa, Malawi, Uganda, Angola, and Zimbabwe focus on issues of environmental management, sustainable development, nature conservation and environmental journalism.

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