Projects with consulting firms are also eligible. This research work should result in arigorous paper which focuses on and analyzes a topic related to CSR,sustainability, corporate citizenship, or social impact managementissues. Paper topics may cover areas including, but not limited to:
Education prepares children for life in the cultures into which they are born, giving them the tools and knowledge that they need to survive in their physical and social realities. Throughout most of human history, cultural knowledge correlated strongly with the knowledge that was needed to survive and thrive in the immediate environment.
Information was passed, for example, for how to identify edible plants and dangerous animals or how to make fire, tools, clothing, and shelter. For humans to thrive, we will need to systematically rethink education, helping students learn the knowledge that is most useful for their survival on a planet that is undergoing rapid ecological changes.
State of the World explores how education—particularly formal education—will need to evolve to prepare students for life on a changing planet.
Opportunities for nature play and learning need to be an integral part of cultivating adult environmental behavior. Around the world, numerous overlapping movements have this goal in mind: And these leaders are implementing a variety of programs, from forest schools to innovative outdoor programs and wilderness trips that are leading to reconnecting children with the Earth.
Stone is senior editor at the Center for Ecoliteracy, coeditor of Ecological Literacy: Its principles can be distilled into four guiding principles: For example, by working to learn about and protect a freshwater shrimp, elementary students in California became more knowledgeable about ecology, the sciences, even how to organize diverse community interests to help protect the shrimp to improve their local watershed.
Indigenous education is inherently environmental education. It starts with a cosmological orientation to the sun, moon, and stars in relation to local geography and ecology, which creates eco-cultural landscapes and sacred places.
One cannot learn about the history of any place without understanding the first peoples of the land and their unique cultural and environmental practices, as well as the impacts of conquest, and cultural resilience. Indigenous learning is always contextual, starting with exactly where you are. Indigenous peoples are exercising their self-determination and educational rights to renew Indigenous lifeways and teach them to younger generations.
It is clear that peoples of all walks of life are listening to these teachings, decolonizing their minds, and preparing to learn anew to create the New People for a green future. As an environmental educator, it is difficult not to get discouraged. The news about the state of the environment is ever more sobering.
Climate change, habitat destruction, species depletion, rising sea levels, pollution, and the list goes on. Teaching about these formidable challenges can seem daunting, overwhelming, and, at times, simply hopeless.
And despite our best efforts, things just seem to be getting worse.Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business Practices WGU, JJT2 20 June ***PASSED*** Businesses, specifically larger corporations, play a major role in what occurs in society therefore, they are responsible to their stakeholders not only to pursue economic goals but the greater social good as well.
2 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business traditional boundaries of the organization. Most organizations can be placed 4 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business more generous attribution of genuine socially responsible business practices .
International business, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development This article discusses the issue of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the sustainable development which associate with international business (IB) and the multinational enterprises (MNEs) role in these matters.
Environmental ethics is the discipline in philosophy that studies the moral relationship of human beings to, and also the value and moral status of, the environment and its . BOXES.
3–1 Using Food-web Ecology to Help Teach Sustainability. Dag O. Hessen.
3–2 Teaching the Climate Crisis. Bill Bigelow. 5–1 Anishinaabe Teachings. 5–2 Ubuntu and Ecological Citizenship. Lesley Le Grange.
8–1 Social and Emotional Learning and Climate Change. 8–2 Well-being Studies in Thailand.
8–3 Changing Leads: Social and . Usually CSR and sustainability use to signify the same thing but conceptually there are slight difference as CSR focus on triple bottom lines i.e. economic, social and environmental responsibility while sustainability emphasis to societal and environmental development.