Frontiers in Sustainability opens a new research topic on "The Role of the Human Dimension in Promoting Education for Sustainable Development at the Regional Level". The theme is closely sociated with ESD and learning processes on regional level, where diverse actors are involved. Deadlines: Abstracts by June 2021 (not obligatory) and manuscripts by January 2022 via the Frontiers online system.
Frontiers in Sustainability has opened the new research topic: "The Role of the Human Dimension in Promoting Education for Sustainable Development at the Regional Level". This topic was recently developed in close cooperation between editors from different regions of the world. It aims to question the traditional roles of universities and other actors in sustainable regional development, and map sustainability transition processes on different levels. By analyzing also other actors, learning processes, and social relationships generated in networks of cooperation, the authors may reflect on driving forces for innovation and achieving sustainable future at local/regional levels. Attention may be paid to the shared visions of the involved actors, and their activities performed within the local/regional context to achieve common goals. Reflection of current practices is welcome as well.
Abstracts (by June 2021; this step is not obligatory) and manuscripts (by January 2022) via the Frontiers online system. You are very welcome as an author and/or reviewer who can contribute to the debate in the following framework!