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Key Documents 

Bates, Chiba, Kube and Nakashima. (2009). - Learning and Knowing in Indigenous Societies Today. Paris, UNESCO.


Buell, L. (2005). The Future of Environmental Criticism. Environmental Crisis and Literary Imagination. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing.


Crawhall, N. (2007). - The Role of Participatory Cultural Mapping in Promoting Intercultural Dialogue – ‘We are not Hyenas’, Paris, UNESCO.


Delors, J. (1996). - Learning: The Treasure Within. Report to UNESCO of the International Commission on Education for the twenty-first century. Paris, UNESCO.


King, L. and Schielmann, S. (2004). - The Challenge of Indigenous Education: Practice and Perspective. Paris, UNESCO.


Miller, M. G. (2010). Repositioning an Ethic of Sustainability in Early Childhood Education with Reconciliation as Central. In J. Davis (Ed.), Young Children and the Environment: Early Education for Sustainability. (pp.185-211). Victoria, Cambridge University Press.


Persic and Martin. (2008). - Links Between Biological and Cultural Diversity, Report of the International Workshop. Paris, UNESCO.

Robertson, M. (2007). Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Development: Networking Local Area Partnerships with Teachers and Young Scientists – a Case Study Approach. ACER Press, Camberwell.

Sutter, G. C., and D. Worts. (2005). Negotiating a Sustainable Path: Museums and Societal Therapy. In R.R. Janes and G. Conaty (Ed.), Looking Reality in the Eye: Museums and Social Responsibility. (pp. 129-151). Calgary, University of Calgary Press.


Sutter, G. C. (2000). Ecocentrism, anxiety, and biophilia in environmental education: a museum case-study. In W. L. Filho (Ed.) Communicating Sustainability. (pp. 333-348). New York, Peter Lang Scientific Publishers.


Tilbury, D. and Mulà, I. (in print). Review of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Policies from a Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue Perspective: Gaps and Opportunities for Future Action. Paris, UNESCO.


Tilbury, D. and Mulà, I. (2011). Cultural Diversity and Education for Sustainable Development. Draft Policy Dialogue. Paris, UNESCO.


Tilbury, D. (2011). Education for Sustainable Development: An Expert Review on Processes and Learning. Paris, UNESCO.

Trudgill. S. and Roy, A. (2003). Contemporary Meanings in Physical Geography. London, Arnold.


UNESCO (2009). UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development 30 March-2 April 2009. Bonn, UNESCO.


UNESCO. (2009). - UNESCO World Report: Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue. Paris, UNESCO.


UNESCO. (2008). - Cultural Diversity - A Foundation for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development - Proceedings of the Joint Regional Seminar of the Ecotone-SeaBRnet 2007 and the 9th Conference of the China Biosphere Reserves Network. Jakarta, UNESCO.


UNESCO. (2006). - UNESCO Guidelines on Intercultural Education. Paris, UNESCO.


UNESCO. (2005). The UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014): International Implementation Scheme. Paris, UNESCO.


UNESCO. (2003). - Education in a Multilingual World. Paris, UNESCO.


UNESCO-UNEP. (2003). Cultural Diversity and Biodiversity for Sustainable Development. A jointly convened UNESCO and UNEP High-level Roundtable held on 3 September 2002 in Johannesburg during the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Nairobi, UNEP.


Wals, A.E.J (2009). Review of Contexts and Structures for Education for Sustainable Development. Paris, UNESCO.    

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