January 15, 2016

Sustainable Consumption Teaching Course Descriptions

Annex 1: Directory of courses

Updated August 6 2018, based on the Appendix provided in the following article: Sahakian, Marlyne, and Gill Seyfang. 2018. “A sustainable consumption teaching review: From building competencies to transformative learning.” Journal of Cleaner Production 198: 231-41. doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.06.238

This list focuses specifically on university-level (both undergraduate and post-graduate) courses/modules devoted in whole or in part to the field of sustainable consumption. The attempt is to identify relevant courses/modules with explicit consideration of sustainable consumption as well as those that engage with sustainability, the environment, economics and social change, from a consumption, consumer, household or citizen perspective. We are also happy to update a list of courses presented in the appendix to the Journal of Cleaner Production paper (2018, A sustainable consumption teaching review: From building competencies to transformative learning, M. Sahakian and G. Seyfang).

If you would like to add your course to this list, please contact Marlyne Sahakian.

North America

South America

Europe

Asia & Oceania

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