• 08-27
This summer’s issue of SangSaeng opens discussion on “Eco-ethics: Asia-Pacific Perspectives.”
APCEIU, supporting the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development: 2005-2014 which seeks to “promote learning that allows people to acquire the skills, capacities, values and knowledge required to ensure sustainable development,” features concepts, stories, and experiences in the practice of eco-ethics from the Asia-Pacific. Dr. Gwang-Jo Kim from the UNESCO Bangkok office has provided an introduction to Inclusive Education and International Education, while some practices in the region are available for educators, and a wistful poem called, “Lunar Enchantment” by Mr. U Sam Oeur offers a break for a momentous trip to Cambodia.
Director’s Message_3
Special Column
Inclusive Education and Education for International Understanding_4
FocusⅠ Eco-ethics: Asia-Pacific Perspectives_8
Rediscovering Eco-ethics: A Path to a Sustainable Future_8
Eco-ethical Traditions in Asia: Where do we go from here?_12
Regional Cooperation: Improving Living Standards in the Teesta Basin_15
Eco-ethics and Education: Examples from Asia_18
Ethics in the Age of Climate Change_21
Best Practices_24
Creating a Safe School Environment in Uttar Pradesh_24
Projek Warga Brings Instruction Outside the Classroom_27
Lunar Enchantment_30
EIU Happy School
Flexibility Means Eco-literacy Outdoors_32
Cultivating the Courage to Know: Maison des Cultures du Monde_ 36
EIU that I am Thinking Of
Cultural Empathy and Conflict Resolution_38
“Everybody Has a Responsibility in Making Education Work”_41
Special Report
The Invasion of Transformers: Stories of Empowerment_42
Peace in My Memory
Peace in My Memory: SEIZING THE MOMENT_46
Understanding the Asia-Pacific Region
Urna: A Colorful House Shrine from Bohol_48
APCEIU in Action_50