1. Introduction, Albert Zeyer, Regula Kyburz-Graber.- Part I: Challenges of Health and Environment Education to Science Education.- 2. Preparing citizens for a complex world: The grand challenge of teaching socio-scientific issues in science education, Peter J. Fensham.- 3. Socio-scientific Views on Environment and Health as Challenges to Science Education (Regula Kyburz-Graber).- Vignette 3: DINOS: Discussing the Nature of Science - A video-based research study on the process and content of students' small-group discussions in specific learning arrangements, Balz Wolfensberger, Claudia Canella, Jolanda Piniel, Regula Kyburz-Graber.- 4. Scientific Literacy in Environmental and Health Education, Rodger W. Bybee.- 5. The Concept of Health Literacy, Peter J. Schulz, Kent Nakamoto.- Part II: Responding to Challenges of Health and Environmental Education.- 6. Science, environment and health education: towards a reconceptualisation of their mutual interdependences, Justin Dillon.- 7. Creating Spaces for Rethinking School Science: Perspectives from Subjective and Social-Relational ways of Knowing, Paul Hart.- 8. General and Environmental Health as the Context for Science Education, Alla Keselman, Savreen Hundal, Catherine Arnott Smith.- 9. A win-win situation for health and science education: Seeing through the lens of a new framework model of health literacy, A. Zeyer.- Vignette 1: X-ray photographs in the classroom, Toni Müller, Albert Zeyer.- Vignette 2: kidsINNscience. Innovation in Science Education - Turning Kids on to Science, Christine Gerloff, Karin Büchel.- 10. Concluding chapter: Revising science teaching: Responding to challenges of health and environmental education, Albert Zeyer, Regula Kyburz-Graber.