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View Resource Reaching Across the Communication Gulf: Reflections on the Challenges of Environmental Assistance Programs

Ruth Greenspan Bell wrote this discussion paper (01-05) for Resources for the Future. The paper examines several (quasi) case studies to explore "how communication across differing traditions, legal systems, cultures, history, and language has impacted joint efforts to develop stronger environmental regimes." The paper (165 Kb) may be downloaded as a .pdf document.

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View Resource The Environmental Literacy Council: Teaching Resources

Environmental science encompasses a number of fields within the natural sciences, and an interdisciplinary approach to the subject is a must. For educators working in this area, the Environmental Literacy Council's Teaching Resources site will be a real find. On their site, visitors should click on over to one of the sections on the right-hand side of the page. The sections here include "General...

https://enviroliteracy.org/teaching-resources/
View Resource Mongabay: News & Inspiration From Nature's Frontline

Mongabay is an environmental and conservation news site with an international focus. Founded in 1999 by Rhett A. Butler, Mongabay publishes news about on wildlife and ecosystems around the globe, with a focus on how human society impacts the environment. In 2012, the registered nonprofit arm of Mongabay was formed "to raise awareness about social and environmental issues relating to forests and...

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