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CQ Volume 64, No.1 (March 2018)

Climate Change and Education for Sustainable Development (Guest Editors: Michael Taylor, Lorna Down and Kimberly Stephenson)



CONTENTS

 

Editor’s Note / 1

 

Introduction / 3

    LORNA DOWN, MICHAEL A. TAYLOR AND KIMBERLY STEPHENSON

ARTIST’S VOICE

  •  A piercing void where we meet / 5

     DEBORAH ANZINGER

FEATURE ARTICLES


  • The Regional Climate Science Initiative: Value Added and Lessons Learnt / 11

     KIMBERLY STEPHENSON, MICHAEL A. TAYLOR, TANNECIA S.

    STEPHENSON, ABEL CENTELLA, ARNALDO BEZANILLA AND

    JOHN CHARLERY

 

  • A Tri-dimensional Approach to Climate Sciences: Lessons

       from a Central American University / 26

    ERIC J. ALFARO, HUGO G. HIDALGO, TITO MALDONADO,

     PAULA M. PÉREZ-BRICEÑO AND NATALIE P. MORA 

  • An Exploratory Study of Disaster Risk Management Information

       for Persons with Disabilities in the Caribbean: Provisions and Gaps / 57

     BARBARA CARBY AND THERESE FERGUSON

 

  • Tertiary-Level Sustainability and Climate Change Education:

      Curricula Development Efforts for Caribbean Teachers / 79

        FERGUSON AND SHARON BRAMWELL-LALOR

 

  • Mitigation using Solar, Wind and Batteries / 100


     A. ANTHONY CHEN AND ASTON J. STEPHENS

 

  • Experiential Learning as a Tool for Farmer Engagement and

       Empowerment in a Changing Regional Climate / 114

         JHANNEL TOMLINSON AND KEVON RHINEY

 

  • A Caribbean Theological Reflection on Development in the

      Writing of Ashley Smith / 136

     GLENROY LALOR

 

  • Jamaican Teacher Education to Address Sustainability:

       Challenges, Implications and Possibilities / 149

     CAROL HORDATT GENTLES

 

  • Implementers’ Perspectives on Creating Successful education

      for Sustainable Development / 167

     KEISHA-ANN DOWN AND LORNA DOWN

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

  • Rudy Insanally, The Guyanese Culture–Fusion or Diffusion? / 188

      REVIEWED BY RICHARD L. BERNAL

 

  • Simone A. James Alexander, African Diaspora Women’s Narratives:

       Politics of Resistance, Survival, and Citizenship / 192

      REVIEWED BY ENOCK NDAWANA

 

  • Herbert A. Raffaele and James W. Wiley, Wildlife of the Caribbean / 195

         REVIEWED BY TAO LEIGH GOFFE

 

  • Martin Munro, ed., The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories / 199

        REVIEWED BY AMIRITA BANDOPADHYAY

 

  • Jane Franklin, Cuba and The U.S. Empire: A Chronological History / 202

        REVIEWED BY SCOTT TIMCKE

 

 Notes on Contributors / 205

 Books for Review / 208

 Submission Guidelines / 213


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