Who is Teaching Us about Sustainable Happiness and Well-Being?

  • O'Brien C
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Abstract

The growing recognition that happiness and well-being are intertwined with sustainability is leading to new opportunities for enhancing happiness and well-being, sustainably. The education sector has a critical role in advancing this work but has been slow to incorporate sustainability education and applications of positive psychology. The concept of sustainable happiness (happiness that contributes to individual, community and/or global well-being without exploiting other people, the environment or future generations) (O’Brien, 2010a) offers an innovative perspective to re-invigorate sustainability education and shape priorities for 21st century learning – contributing to resilient, sustainable happiness and well-being for all.

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O’Brien, C. (2013). Who is Teaching Us about Sustainable Happiness and Well-Being? Health, Culture and Society, 5(1), 294–307. https://doi.org/10.5195/hcs.2013.122

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