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- List of contributors
1University responsibility in a world of environmental catastrophe: cognitive justice, engagement and an ethic of care in learning
2Unbounded organization and the unbounded university curriculum
3Indigenous and Western knowledge: a false dichotomy?
4Guerrilla geography: describing and defending place for a living (or the renaissance of 100–mile geographers)
5Universities in transition: overcoming barriers and creating pathways for sustainability
6Sustainable local food systems and environmental sustainability
7Higher education intervention in the management of soil erosion and agricultural-practice in Nigeria
8The importance of women's leadership programmes in developing a sustainable economy
9Becoming part of the solution: engaged research on sustainability
10University–community outreach: case study of the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs
11Initiating ecological restoration and community relationships at a satellite campus
- University engagement and environmental sustainability
- Manchester University Press
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