This is a comprehensive reference work, textbook, and sourcebook on the environmental education policies implemented in industrialized and developing nations since initiation of the benchmark UNEP-UNESCO International Environmental Education Programme at the Belgrade Workshop in 1975. The contributing authors cover both historical and international perspectives with particular reference to the 1992 debates in Rio. The book presents new information on areas for future action in teacher training, university-level environmental education for developing countries, and environmental education projects and networks for students and adults.
by CRC Press
Introduction o From Belgrade to Bradford - 25 Year's of Environmental Education o The International Environmental Education Programme's Contribution to World-Wide Environmental Education o Caring for, the Earth: Case Studies in Environmental Education and Communication o Environmental Education at University Level in a Developing Country Context: Current Trends and Future Challenges in Guyana o Environmental Education in the Formal System: The Training of Teachers o Developing International Environmental Adult Education: The Challenge, Theory and Practice o Local or Traditional Environmental Knowledge and Environmental Education in Secondary Schools: Closing the Gap with Research o Networking for Environmental Education o Environmental Education: A Projects Approach o A Checklist for the Critical Evaluation of Informal Environmental Learning Experiences o Future Directions of Environmental Education o Index.