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Gough, S., 2008. HEFCE strategic review of sustainable development in higher education in England. Other. London: Policy Studies Institute.
Katayama, J. and Gough, S., 2008. Developing sustainable development within the higher education curriculum : Observations on the HEFCE strategic review. Environmental Education Research, 14 (4), pp. 413-422.
Scott, W., 2010. Schools, but not as we know them? Discussion Paper. Birmingham: Tide.
Scott, W., 2010. Science and the sustainable schoolsInitiative : Opportunity and imperative. School Science Review, 388, pp. 59-66.
Scott, W., 2011. Sustainable schools and the exercising of responsible citizenship: a review essay. Environmental Education Research, 17 (3), pp. 409-423.
Scott, W. A. H., 2010. Developing the Sustainable School : Thinking the Issues Through. Other. Ayleford: South West Learning for Sustainability Coalition.
Scott, W. A. H., 2008. Looking through sustainable school doorways. In: Woods, and Matthias,, eds. Headteachers and Bursars Handbook of Sustainable Procurement. Oswestry: SCEMES Ltd.
Scott, W. A. H., 2010. New worlds rising? The view from the sustainable school. Policy Futures in Education, 8 (5), pp. 597-599.
Scott, W. A. H., 2010. Sustainable Schools: seven propositions around young people’s motivations, interests and knowledge. Other. London: SEED (Sustainability and Environmental Education).
Scott, W. A. H. and Gough, S. R., 2010. Sustainability, learning and capability: exploring questions of balance. Sustainability, 2 (12), pp. 3735-3746.
Sterling, S. and Scott, W., 2008. Higher education and ESD in England : A critical commentary on recent initiatives. Environmental Education Research, 14 (4), pp. 386-398.
Vare, P. and Scott, W. A. H., 2008. Education for Sustainable Development: two sides and an edge. Discussion Paper. London: DEA.