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International Conference of Asia-Pacific Planning Societies 2017
In this paper, the authors aim to examine the role of public spaces and places in revitalization of local communities for creating livable cities in Japan. The Place-making and Social Actions based on a collection of quick, simple, temporary and sustainable changes in the spaces, intended to improve the local communities and cities consider as an...
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The HDCA 2016 Conference: Capability and Diversity in a Global Society
This paper discusses the experience and lessons learned from the development of a new environmental learning programme and materials for the junior high schools in Mandalay City with key stakeholders to address waste management and its environmental issues. Aiming to establish the 3R practices (reduce, reuse and recycle) to reduce waste generation...
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Education for Sustainable Development: Towards the Sustainable University. Conference on Education for Sustainability in Higher Education: Achievements and Prospects. Plymouth University, UK, 2015
Drawing on education for sustainable development (ESD) research findings, existing literature and current discourse on the future of education (especially at conferences and education policy processes, the paper discusses aspects of quality education and ESD and proposes that the two should be merged into quality education for sustainable...
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Social Learning for Sustainable Lifestyles: Case Studies in Community-based inquiry and collaborative learning for sustainability

PERL Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris,10-11 March 2015
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Improving Quality Education/Learning for Sustainability using the ESD Learning Performance Framework

XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology. (Pacifico-Yokohama), Yokohama, Japan July 13-19, 2014.
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Global Research Forum on Sustainable Consumption and Production Conference
In recent years, people from diverse backgrounds have realized that consumption patterns need to undergo a radical transformation to avoid a socio-ecological crisis. Academics have also synthesized an equally diverse literature to illuminate the multi-stage, multi-level process required to transition to more sustainable consumption patterns. At the...
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Paving the Way for the Future We Want in Asia and the Pacific: Conference Package: The 11th Asia Pacific Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production
A shift towards an economy that is green, resource efficient, more socially just and able to enhance the quality of life within the limits of ecosystems health in the quest for sustainability is needed. This will require the capacity to make conscious, pro-sustainability choices individually and collectively in daily life for transformative changes...