Living Change aims to highlight innovative NSW programs that are taking brave steps towards Education for Sustainability. It is comprised of three sections which together provide a framework for documenting good practice in Education for Sustainability as well as two case studies which aim to encourage practitioners to document their own experiences. Cool Communities is a nationwide partnership program focused on making changes in households towards greenhouse gas abatement. This example case study focuses on how the NSW Cool Communities program was aligned with Education for Sustainability components.
|Title of host publication||Living change|
|Subtitle of host publication||documenting good practice in education for sustainability in NSW|
|Editors||Daniella Tilbury, Katie Ross|
|Place of Publication||Sydney|
|Publisher||Macquarie University and the Nature Conservation Council, NSW|
|Number of pages||34|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
Ross, K., & Tilbury, D. (2006). Case study: cool communities. In D. Tilbury, & K. Ross (Eds.), Living change: documenting good practice in education for sustainability in NSW (pp. 1-34). Sydney: Macquarie University and the Nature Conservation Council, NSW.