The SEDwise network (Sustainability Education - teaching and learning in the face of wicked socio-ecological problems) has now launched a series of podcasts in which SEDwise members discuss the topic 'Integrating sustainability in the university'.
In the first episode, Johan Öhman (Örebro University, Sweden), Leif Östman (Uppsala University, Denmark) and Thomas Block (Ghent University, Belgium) discuss the possibilities and barriers related to integrating sustainability in higher education.
In the second episode, Ellen Vandenplas (Ghent University, Belgium), Ingrid Schudel (Rhodes University, South-Africa) and Pernilla Anderson (Stockholm University, Sweden) discuss how teachers can be supported to integrate sustainability issues in higher education.
In the third episode, Maarten Deleye (Uppsala University, Sweden), Jeppe Læssøe (Aarhus University, Denmark) and Katrien Van Poeck (Ghent University, Belgium) discuss the question: Why linking education, sustainability and universities?
The talks are facilitated by Jonas Lysgaard (Aarhus University, Denmark).