The Sustainability Agenda

by Thomas A. Shakely

Ashley Thorne joins Andy Nash in the latest episode of InsideAcademia.tv to discuss the issue of sustainability on campus. Thorne and Nash delve into sustainability’s three core parts: economic, environmental, and social justice. 

But the cause of “sustainability,” like “diversity” before it, has flown a pleasing flag while advancing a conflicted agenda involving, as often as not, explicit engineering of thought and attitude formation. And these fall under a branch of activism alien to the notion of a pluralistic schooling. 

As Earth Day 2011 recedes in our national consciousness, let Ashley Thorne, of the National Association of Scholars, take you on a journey through the history and motives of the sustainability movement.

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