Anderson, E. N. 2012. Tales Best Told out of School: Traditional Life-Skills Education Meets
Modern Science Education. In Anthropology of Environmental Education, Ed. H. Kopnina, Nova Science Publishers, New York.
Apple, M. W. 2006. Understanding and Interrupting Neoliberalism and Neoconservatism in Education. Pedagogies: An International Journal, I(I):2I-26.
Ashley, M 2005. Tensions between indoctrination and the development of judgement: the case against early closure. Environmental Education Research, 11(2): 187-197.
Bakker, K. 2()I().The limits of neoliberal natures'. Debating green neoliberalism. Progress in Human Geography, 34(6): 715-735.
Bansel, P. 2007. Subjects of choice and lifelong learning. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 20(3): 283-300.
Baxter, B. 2005. A Theory of Ecological Justice,
Routledge, New York. Black, C. 2010. Schooling the World: The White
Man's Last Burden. Lost People Films.
Blewitt, J. 2006. The Ecology of Learning: sustainability, lifelong learning and everyday life. London, Routledge, New York.
Blewitt, J. 2015. Understanding Sustainable Development. London, Routledge, New York.
Bonnett. M. 2004. Retrieving Nature. Education for a post-humanist age. Oxford: Blackwcll.
Bonnett. M. 2012. Environmental concern, moral education, and our place in nature. Journal of Moral Education Special Issue: Moral Education and Environmental Concern, 41(3): 285-300.
Broking. S. 2009. Issues for environmental education and ESD research development: looking ahead from WEEC 2007 in Durban.
Environmental Education Research,
15(2): 199-207. Catron. W. and Dunlap, R. 1978. Environmental
Sociology: A New Paradigm. The
American Sociologist, 13: 41-49. Cole, D. 2012. Beyond Naturalness Adapting
Wilderness Stewardship to an Era of Rapid
Global Change. International Journal of
Wilderness, 18 (2): 9-14. Cherniak, B. 2012. Critiquing the Role of
Deliberative Democracy in EE and ESD:
The Case for Effective Participation and Pragmatic Deliberation. Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences Master Thesis, Geotryckeriet. Crist, E. 2012. Abundant Earth and Population. In Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation. P. Cafaro and E. Crist, eds. Pp. 141-153. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
Crossley, M. and Watson, K. 2003. Comparative and International Research in Education: Globalisation. Context and Difference. London: Routledge Falmer.
Crouch, C. 2011. The Strange Non Death of Neoliberalism, Cambridge: Polity.
Daly, H.E. 1994. Sustainable Growth: An Impossibility Theorem. Clearinghouse Bulletin, April 1994, Carrying Capacity Network. Washington, D.C.
Davies, B. and Bansel, P. 2007. Neoliberalism and education. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 20(3):247-259.
Dobson, A. 2003. Citizenship and the Environment. Oxford, University Press.
Gough, S. and Scott, W. 2007. Higher education and sustainable development: Paradox arulpossibility. Abingdon: Routledge.
Ernstson, H. and Sorlin, S. 2013. Ecosystem services as technology of globalization: On articulating values in urban nature. Ecological Economics, 86:274-284.
Fresco, L. O. 2008. Challenges for food system adaptation today and tomorrow. Environmental Science Policy 12(4): 378-385.
Furlong, J. 2013. Globalization, Neoliberalism. and the Reform of Teacher Education in England The Educational Forum. Special Issue: The Politics of Policy in Teacher Education: International Perspectives. 77(1) 28-50.
Gruenewald, D., and Manteaw, B.0.2007. Oil and water still: How No Child Left Behind limits and distorts environmental education in US schools. Environmental Education Research, 13(2): 171-188.
Haring, B. 2011. Plastic Pandas. The Netherlands: Nijgh and Van Ditmar.
Harvey, D. 2005. A Brief History of Neoliberalism. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Hattingh, J. 2002. On the imperative of sustainable development: A philosophical and ethical appraisal. In Environmental Education, Ethics and Action in Southern Africa, ed. Johan Hattingh, Hcila Lotz-Sisitka, and Rob O'Donoghue, 5-16. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council Publishers.
Huckle, J. 2012a.Teacher Education for Sustainability in Network Society: combining digital and sustainability literacies. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 14(2): 128 -143.
Huckle, J. 2012b. Even More Sense and Sustainability: a review essay. Sense and Sustainability: Educating for a circular economy. Ken Webster and Craig Johnson, 2010 http://john.huckle.org.uk download/2954/EER2012MSandS.pdf. Accessed August 15th 2014.
Hursh, D., and Henderson, J. 2011. Contesting global neoliberalism and creating alternative futures. Discourse: Studies in
the Cultural Politics of Education, 32 (2): 171-185. Hursh, DM Henderson, J. and Greenwood, D. 2015. Environmental Education in the Neoliberal Climate. Preface by Special issue co-editors. Environmental Education Research. Forthcoming. Isenhour, C. 2010. On conflicted Swedish consumers, the effort to stop shopping and neoliberal environmental governance. Journal of Consumer Behavior 9: 454-469.
Jickling, B. 2005. Education and advocacy: A Troubling Relationship. In E. A. Johnson and M. Mappin (Eds.) Education and advocacy: Changing Perspectives of Ecology and Education, (pp.91-113). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Jickling, B. 2009. Environmental education research: to what ends? Environmental Education Research, 15(2): 209-216.
Jickling, B. and Wals, A. E. J. 2008. Globalization and environmental education: looking beyond sustainable development. Journa
of Curriculum Studies 40( 1): 1-21. kling, B. and Wals, A. E. J. 2013. Probing Normative Research in Environmental Education: Ideas about Education and Ethics. International Handbook of Research on Environmental Education, edited by Robert B. Stevenson, Michael
Brady. Justin Dillon, Arjen E.J. Wals. Pp. 74-87.
Kahn. R. 21)05. Book Review: Rethinking Freire: Globalization and the Environmental Crisis. Edited bv C.A. Bowers and F. Apffel-Marglin. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahway, NJ. ch. S. 2014. Mining Capitalism: The Relationship between Corporations and Their Critics. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Kopnina. H. 2012a. Education for Sustainable Development (ESD): The turn away from "environment" in environmental education? Environmental Education Research, 18 (5): 699-717.
Kopnina, II. (ed) 2012b. Anthropology of Environmental Education. Nova Science Publishers. New York.
Kopnina, H. 2013a. Evaluating Education for Sustainable Development (ESD): Using Ecocentric and Anthropoccntric Attitudes toward the Sustainable Development (EAATSD) scale. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 15 (3):
Kopnina, H. 2013b. Future Directions in Environmental Anthropology: Incorporating ethnography of environmental education. In Environmental Anthropology: Future Directions. Edited by H. Kopnina and E. Shoreman-Ouimet. New York and Oxford:
Kopnina. H. 2013c. An Exploratory Case Study of Dutch Children's Attitudes towards Consumption: Implications for Environmental Education. Journal of Environmental Education, 44(2): 128-144.
Kopnina, H. 2014. Revisiting Education for Sustainable Development (ESD): examining anthropocentric bias through the transition of environmental education to ESD.
Sustainable Development, 22: 73-83. Kopnina. H. and Blewitt. J. 2014. Sustainable Business: Key issues. Routledge Earthscan, New York.
Manteaw, B. O. 2008. When Businesses Go to School: Neoliberalism and Education for Sustainable Development. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 2(2): 119-126.
McCauley, D. 2006. Selling Out on Nature. Nature, 443:27-8.
McDonough, W. and Braungart, M. 2002.Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
McGregor, G. 2009. Educating for (whose) success? Schooling in an age of neo liberalism. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(3):345-358.
McKenzie,M.2012. Education for \ "all: Global neoliberalism and the case for a politic* of scale in sustainabilit} education policy.
Policy Futures in Education, 10(2): 165-177.
Miyoshi, M. 2001. Literature, Diversity and Totality.
Return to the Planet. Comparative
Literature. 53 (4):283-97. Morley, L., Marginson, S. and Blackmore, J. 2014.
Education and neoliberal globalization,
British Journal of Sociology of
Education, 35(3): 457-468. Leopold, A. 1987 (1949) A Sand County Almanac
and Sketches Here and There. New York:
Oxford University Press
Naess, A. 1973. The shallow and the deep: long range ecology movement. A summary. Inquiry, 16:95-99.
Nairn, K. and Higgins. J. 2007. New Zealand's neoliberal generation: tracing discourses of economic (ir)rationality. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 20 (3): 261-281.
Nikolopoulou, A. Abraham, T and Mirbagheri, F. (eds.) 2010. Education for Sustainable Development: Challenges, Strategies, and Practices in a Globalizing World. London,
Los Angeles: Sage. O'Sullivan, E. and Taylor, M. 2004. Learning Toward an Ecological Consciousness: Selected Transformative Practices. New York: Palgrave.
Peck. J. 2010. Constructions of Neoliberal Reason. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Po^ima. D. W. 2002. Taking the future seriously:
On the inadequacies of the framework of liberalism for environmental education. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 36(1): 41-56. Redford, K. H, and Adams, W. M 2009. Payment for Ecosystem Services and the challenge of Saving Nature, Conservation Biology, 23:785-7.
Reid, A. 2005. Natural Capital in education and economics: predicaments and potential. Environmental Education Research, 11
Rolston, H. III. 2015. Environmental Ethics for Tomorrow: Sustaining the Biosphere. In Kopnina, H. and Shorcman-Ouimet, E. (eds) Sustainability: Key issues. Routledge Earthscan, New York.
Ostman, L. 2010. Education for sustainable development and normativity: a transactional analysis of moral meaning-making and companion meanings in classroom communication. Environmental Education Research, 16(1): 75-93.
Rudsberg, K., & Ohman, J. 2010. Pluralism in practice - experiences from Swedish evaluation school development an research. Environmental Education Research, 16(1): 95-111.
Saltmarsh, S. 2007. Cultural complicities: elitism, heteronormativity and violence in the education marketplace. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 20(3): 335-354.
Live. L. 2005. Environmental Education and Sustainable Development: A Further Appraisal, Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, I: 7-24. - W, and Oulton, C. 1999. Environmental education: arguing the case for multiple approaches. Educational Studies, 25( 1): 89-97.
Stevenson, R. B. 2007. Schooling and environmental/sustainability education: From
discourses of policy and practice to discourses of professional learning. Environmental Education Research, 13(2): 265-285. Van Poeck. K. and Vandcnabeele, J. 2012. Learning from sustainable development: education in the light of public issues. Environmental Education Research, 18(4): 541-552. i Poeck, K. 2014. Education as a response to sustainability issues. Forthcoming. Wals, A. E. J. 2009. Review of Contexts and Structures for Education for Sustainable Development. UNESCO, Paris
Wals, A.E.J. 2010. Between knowing what is right and knowing that it is wrong to tell others what is right: on relativism, uncertainty and democracy in environmental and sustainability education. Environmental Education Research, 16(1): 143-151. .A.E.J, and Jickling, B. 2002. ^Sustainability' in higher education: from doublethink and newspeak to critical thinking and meaningful
learning', International Journal of
Sustainability in Higher Education,
3(3):221-232. Washington, H.G. 2013. Human Dependence on
Nature, New York. Routledge: Earthscan. Washington. H. 2015. Demystifying
Sustainability: Towards Real Solutions.
London, Routledge. Webster, K. 2007. Hidden Sources: Understanding
Natural Systems is the Key to an Evolving and Aspirational ESD. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development. 1 (1): 37-43. Winnett, A. 2005. Natural capital: hard economics, soft metaphor? Environmental Education Research 11(1): 83-94.