Chapter 2: Embedding business education for global sustainability and climate change
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This chapter acknowledges two different philosophical perspectives in the examination of sustainability and climate change business and management education, broadly underpinned either by the scientific or the social science perspective. In adopting the scientific perspective, I utilise the embedded logic as the core epistemological route for sustainability and climate change business school education for the future. In adopting this logic, I acknowledge the importance of having an in-depth knowledge of the science behind sustainability and climate change before embedding management education into it. An example of the ecocentric, embedded, transdisciplinary and personally transformative learning and teaching of Strategic Business Sustainability is discussed and recommendations provided for future business school curriculum development.

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