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Fátima Monteiro; Armando Sousa – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Faced with the current unsustainability and recognizing the importance of engineering (and technology) in the Capitalocene, it is important to develop educational approaches that facilitate the awareness and training of engineering students to the sustainable future's construction. The main objective of the study is the evaluation of the…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Engineering Education, Ethics, Sustainability
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Andrea Tomassi; Alessandro Caforio; Elpidio Romano; Ernestina Lamponi; Alessandro Pollini – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Following the severe impact of capitalist industrialization on the environment, the EU has funded several projects in the context of the European Green Deal to pursue climate neutrality by 2050. Some of these projects attempt to achieve zero emissions through political participation, while others by committing EU citizens to adopt sustainable…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Conservation (Environment), Climate, Energy
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David R. Cole; Yeganeh Baghi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Capital and property have been combined since Karl Marx wrote "Das Kapital" in 1867. Indeed, capitalism and the housing market are interlinked because property is an asset whose indexed value upholds global markets. On the other side of property as real estate is the environmental damage and augmentation of climate change that housing…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Foreign Countries
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Aishwarya Ramachandran; Naoko Ellis; Derek Gladwin – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Energy literacy is a developing field of research and practice that provides a comprehensive way of understanding how energy functions in the universe, on the earth, and in our social and personal lives. This literature review, building on an increasing momentum of research across various disciplines, outlines current energy literacy scholarship…
Descriptors: Energy Education, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Elementary Secondary Education
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Álvarez-García, Olaya; Sureda-Negre, Jaume – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
In recent years, environmental issues have become the focus of societal concerns. In this context, the business world has been consolidating a form of green marketing management that merely conveys ambiguous or misleading messages rather than reflecting environmentally friendly business practices. This phenomenon is called greenwashing. This…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Evidence Based Practice, Advertising, Conservation (Environment)
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Rodewald, Lucas – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Recent years have featured a surge of introductory surveys of environmental humanities scholarship, seeking to assist instructors in familiarizing students with the field's goals and parameters. Recognizing this abundance, this review essay examines some of the field's newest contributions: J. Andrew Hubbell and John C. Ryan's "Introduction…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Humanities, Introductory Courses, Textbooks
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Dolby, Nadine – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
Similar to other fields, environmental education has begun to embrace the significance of nonhuman animals. This essay examines developments in the natural sciences, particularly in the field of cognitive ethology, that focus on the concept of empathy as a paradigm for conceptualizing human/nonhuman animal relationships. Drawing on my own…
Descriptors: Animals, Futures (of Society), Environmental Education, Educational Change
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Reinertsen, Anne B. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
This article seeks to theorize the teacher role--read also scientist and researcher--as an ontologizing practice to meet with the need for constant deauthorized knowledge and nonknowledge production for life, the ontology of sustainability. Teaching becomes "eventicized" and teachers become "data philosophers" through writing.…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Sustainability, Environmental Education, Epistemology
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Rodrigues, Cae – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This elaboration of an ecopedagogy in movementscapes aims to present an empirically informed account of the concept of "ecomotricity" as manifested in the living body interacting in/with nature (human-and-other-than-human). This interaction is ludic (where pleasure or joy/happiness gives meaning to the lived experience) and ecological…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Ecology, Environmental Education, Human Body
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Teamey, Kelly; Mandel, Udi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
In response to Stefan Bengtsson's search for alternatives to Education for Sustainable Development practices outside the mainstream of the state and its policy formulations, this response outlines how our journey, experiences, and approaches reflect a de-professionalizing encounter with autonomous places of learning emerging from indigenous…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Global Approach, Indigenous Knowledge, Social Influences
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Teisl, Mario F.; Anderson, Mark W.; Noblet, Caroline L.; Criner, George K.; Rubin, Jonathan; Dalton, Timothy – Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Most outcomes assessment in higher education has focused on content knowledge or skills development; however, attitudinal change is also a legitimate focus of assessment. We use the New Ecological Paradigm (NEP) to test whether courses designed to meet the same university environmental literacy requirement changed student environmental attitudes,…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Environmental Education, College Faculty, Teacher Characteristics
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England, Yuliya A.; Marcinkowski, Thomas – Journal of Environmental Education, 2007
The authors describe environmental service-learning (SL) programs in Florida high schools and colleges through a statewide program census that explored (a) academic, service, and reflection program features; (b) effects of Furco's SL outcome domains on student outcomes; and (c) program partnerships. The results of the study reveal that secondary…
Descriptors: High Schools, Higher Education, State Programs, Educational Practices
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Eisen, Arri; Barlett, Peggy – Journal of Environmental Education, 2006
Many universities recognize urgent environmental dilemmas and embrace efforts to move campus operations and university culture toward sustainability. However, the broader academic mission across departments and programs is often slower to connect with sustainability efforts. The Piedmont Project at Emory University offers one model of a faculty…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Higher Education
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Davis, Craig B.; Surls, Fred – Journal of Environmental Education, 1975
The progress of a three-year college program in environmental education is cited in this article. Successes of the program, as reported, include the ability to integrate the areas of study and to develop a problem-solving approach. The major failure of the program is the lack of community support. (MA)
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Environmental Education, Higher Education, Problem Solving
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Bowman, Mary Lynne Cox – Journal of Environmental Education, 1974
The results of an evaluation instrument developed to assess the attitudes of college students towards environmental decisionmaking indicated that attitudes did change significantly in the experimental groups, regardless of educational methodology. Recommendations of the researcher included the need for further research in the attitudinal realm of…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Environment, Environmental Education, Environmental Research
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