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Environmental Education & Communication for a Sustainable World

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Environmental Education & Communication for a Sustainable World: Handbook for International Practitioners reminds us that environmental problems cannot be resolved by technology alone.  We must consider the socio-economic roots of environmental problems.

Pollution, waste of energy, the destruction of the
environmentthese problems have everything to do with behavior, and the roots of behavior lie
within the beliefs and attitudes of our population.
Today we suffer from the absence of a global ethic encompassing the world environment, an ethic that promotes attitudes and behaviors consonant with humanitys critical role in the biosphere.

There can be no hope of finding viable solutions
to environmental problems unless and until education and communication at all levels is suitably modified to enable people from all walks of life to comprehend the fundamental interrelationships between humans and their environment.

This publication is particularly valuable in that
it links cross-cultural theory with examples drawn from various regions of the world. It is noteworthy for its breadth and specificity.

I recommend this document for any organization
or practitioner developing an environmental
education or communication project nationally or internationally.


William B. Stapp
Ann Arbor, MI

 

 
 

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