Visions for Sustainability

Visions for Sustainability is an indexed scientific journal published in open access by the Interdisciplinary Research Institute on Sustainability (IRIS). The journal aims to promote a debate on ways in which the concept of sustainability can be addressed and applied by researchers and scholars of natural, political, social and other sciences, as well as philosophical and humanistic disciplines, and thereby host as wide a range as possible of multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives.

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No 9 (2018) - In Press

This special issue of Visions for Sustainability is dedicated to science education futures. Adopting a future perspective offers the opportunity to revisit matters of practice, values and purpose in science education.  
Posted: 2018-05-02

No 10 (2018) - In Press


- Helen Kopnina, Should justice for people come before justice for the environment? Engaging students in debates about environmental justice. (PDF)

- Leslie Sklair, The Anthropocene Media Project. Mass Media on Human Impacts on the Earth System. (PDF)

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No 8 (2017)

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Table of Contents


Osman Arrobbio, Giuseppe Barbiero, Elena Camino, Alessandro Cerutti, Laura Colucci-Gray, Martin Dodman, Enzo Ferrara, Silvano Folco

Original Papers

Helen Kopnina
Rita Berto, Giuseppe Barbiero
Michael D. Sitka-Sage, Helen Kopnina, Sean Blenkinsop, Laura Piersol
Giulia Nota, Roxana Georgiana Marian, Guido Callegari, Rita Berto, Giuseppe Barbiero
Christiana Uzoaru Okorie, Dokubo Chidinma