Balancing International Education and its Carbon Footprint
Keywords:higher education, sustainability, study abroad, dilemmas, tensions
The intersection of international education practice/policy and the climate crisis is an area with many research gaps to fill. This includes both the carbon footprint of international education and the capacity of international education to create awareness about climate change and available solution. Another important aspect is the interplay between green internationalization and inclusion.
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