Overhauling Environmental Education

  title={Overhauling Environmental Education},
  pages={361 - 361}
  • Published 18 April 1997
  • Education
  • Science
Practitioners’ perspectives on the purpose of environmental education
Since the 1980s, scholars have suggested that environmental education (EE) has a ‘definitional problem’ represented by a multiplicity of perspectives that have critically impacted its discourse,
Environmental Science as a Vehicle for Building Natural Sciences and EE Into a New Interdisciplinary Urban Public University
Abstract The recent (1990) establishment of a new campus of the University of Washington at Tacoma (UWT) has led to the development of an upper-division environmental curriculum within an
Are We Building Environmental Literacy?
Abstract The Independent Commission on Environmental Education, a panel of scientists, economists, and educators, reviewed some 100 K-12 environmental education teaching materials used in America's