Transdisciplinarity in higher education for sustainability: how discourses are approached in engineering education
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Sustainability issues, as unwanted results of not fully respecting natural cycles, are widely recognized as wicked problems, which should not be thought of as problems to be solved, but rather as “conditions” to be managed, as if they were a chronic disease (Seager et al., 2011). There exists a general agreement on the need to reform scientific expertise by developing new ways of knowledge production and decision-making able to cope with the challenges sustainability poses. In this sense, transdisciplinary aspects of sustainability are acknowledged as a transformational stream of sustainability science
CitationTejedor, G., Segalas, J., Rosas-Casals, M. Transdisciplinarity in higher education for sustainability: how discourses are approached in engineering education. "Journal of cleaner production", 2017.
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