Stephen Sterling is Professor of Sustainability Education at the Centre for Sustainable Futures, Plymouth University, UK. A former Senior Advisor to the UK Higher Education Academy on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), and a National Teaching Fellow (NTF), he has worked in environmental and sustainability education in the academic and NGO fields nationally and internationally for over three decades, including as a consultant and advisor on UNESCO’S ESD programmes. He is currently co-chair of the UNESCO-Japan Prize on ESD International Jury. At Plymouth University, he leads whole-institutional change towards sustainability. Widely published, his books include (co-edited with John Huckle) Education for Sustainability (Earthscan, 1996), the Schumacher Briefing Sustainable Education – Re-visioning learning and change (Green Books 2001), Sustainability Education: Perspectives and Practice Across Higher Education (co-edited with David Selby and Paula Jones), (Earthscan 2010), and (co-edited with Larch Maxey and Heather Luna) ‘The Sustainable University – progress and prospects’ (Earthscan/Routledge 2013).