Take a look at the
, Values and Principles for a sustainable future : Earth Charter
discovered in a reference: Earth Charter Commission (2000) of the article:
“Role of an environmental studies course on the formation of environmental worldviews: a case study of a core curriculum requirement using the NEP Scale”
in a new journal:
, published by Springer. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences
The Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences is the official publication of the newly formed
Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies (AESS).
Posted in Concerns, Documents / Publications, Education & Courses, Going Green, New Journal, Open Access |
Tagged Earth Charter, education, environment, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, policy, Springer journals
Wetlands US EPA
"Overall, this site
is useful for background information about the state of US wetlands. Undergraduates and researchers would particularly benefit from this information and from the numerous links to additional resources allowing them to further expand their investigation of this subject."
Information from the Clean Water Act and scientific documents — about floodplains, watersheds, urban stormwaters, restoration, pollution management
From Choice Reviews online or Choice, April, 2010, Vol 47(8), p.1512.
The Smithsonian Education Online Conference on Climate Change" is a 3-day, free, education online conference taking place, Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2009.
Open to everyone, registration is here:
Sessions will be recorded for later viewing at the same site.
Climate change issues will be discussed from the aspects of science, history and art.
Source: Email from John Walber at LearningTimes.org.
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Tagged art, climate change, conference, education, history, online, open access, science, Smithsonian
Shana Weber, the University’s Sustainability Manager, spoke at a Lunch ‘n Learn on Wednesday, March 12th, on “
The Greening of Technology: Sustainability Initiatives at Princeton” Highlights of it are on OIT’s blog: “ IT’s Academic”
Four from OIT were also on the panel: Leila Shahbender, Charles Kruger, Curt Hillegas, and John Shorey.
They spoke about what OIT has instituted as practical applications and ideas to reduce the University’s carbon footprint.
A podcast is available, as well as the presentations (powerpoint) from both links above.