The Role of NGOs in Environmental Education in South-eastern Europe

  title={The Role of NGOs in Environmental Education in South-eastern Europe},
  author={D. Turnock},
  journal={International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education},
  pages={103 - 109}
  • D. Turnock
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education
Environmental non-governmental organisations (ENGOs) are playing an important role in environmental education in South-eastern Europe. Although some organisations appeared to compromise themselves by becoming political parties, others did useful work in debating ecological issues, working on environmental projects and increasing public awareness. Most are involved in environmental education in some way, although few have the resources to establish extensive networks and hence they need umbrella… Expand
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