The introduction to this handbook states that the editors’ aim was to collate ‘a systematic and comprehensive overview of existing and upcoming approaches for higher education for sustainable development and provide a unique resource for researchers engaged in the field’. They have done a difficult task reasonably well. The handbook contains 31 chapters from a variety of voices across the globe, and it provides readers with a variety of approaches, ideas, and examples of Education for Sustainability (EfS) at universities. Many of the chapters are valuable and insightful contributions. So much so that I think the handbook somewhat undersells itself by saying it is for ‘researchers in the field’. The book will also be of interest to course designers and academics teaching related areas such as global citizenship, social justice, lifelong learning, and ethics.