Beyond Rio+20: What It Means for Global Higher Education
The following article by IISD's Pamela Chasek was posted to The Chronicle of Higher Education website.
Chasek comments on the results of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). She says "The conference made it clear on many levels that we have a responsibility to ensure that the students we teach and train, who will be the leaders of tomorrow, have the skills necessary to create not just the future we want, but the future we need."
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