In the absence of Land all we have is each other: Art, Culture & Climate Change in the Pacific – Global Movements |Local Initiatives
Author(s)Koya, Cresantia F.
KeywordsL Education (General)
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AbstractClimate change is an inevitable reality in the Pacific region. The resulting climate crisis extends beyond the primary concern of environmental impact. Loss of physical space has multiple implications for social, cultural, economic, political and spiritual dimensions of Pacific communities. This paper examines the potential of Art and Culture as an Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) effort to address these issues.
Koya, Cresantia F. (2012) In the absence of Land all we have is each other: Art, Culture & Climate Change in the Pacific – Global Movements |Local Initiatives. [Conference Proceedings]