1. Highlighting Ethics, Subjectivity and Democratic Participation in Sustainability Education: Challenges and Contributions
2. Philosophizing with Transdisciplinarity, Relational Knowledge and Ethics in Education for Sustainable Development
3. Pupils’ Views on Moral Competence in School
4. Discourses of Available and Sustainable Lives: Ethical Literacy Offered to Tweens Through Fiction Reading
5. Fiction at School for Educational Purposes: What Opportunities Are Students Given to Act as Moral Subjects?
6. An Aesthetic and Ethical Perspective on Art-Based Environmental Education and Sustainability from a Phenomenological Viewpoint
7. Challenging and Expanding the Notion of Sustainability Within Early Childhood Education: Perspectives from Post-humanism and/or New Materialism
8. Windows on a Changing World: Using Children’s Literature as an Aesth/Ethical Trope in Early Years Education for Sustainability
Dawn L. Sanders
9. Aesthetic Experiences Related to Living Plants: A Starting Point in Framing Humans’ Relationship with Nature?
10. Closing Remarks
Christina Osbeck, Olof Franck