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Chief academic officers at four-year institutions in the USA were surveyed electronically to examine the extent to which these institutions provide for the environmental education of students in non-environmental majors, and to identify various approaches to increasing environmental literacy at...
Environmental concerns are growing trends in higher education. However, some universities still have mixed reactions towards incorporating sustainability into urban and regional planning curricula. In the arena of transportation planning education, traditional curricula have underestimated the...
The field of environmental science and engineering is rapidly evolving. The focus has shifted more and more from the end-of-pipe to pollution-prevention oriented strategies for sustainability. Cleaner production requires new attitudes, knowledge and skills for all professionals to assure that...
Reviews trends in environmental protection and sustainability in Latvia and introduces a programme in this field at the University of Latvia in Riga. Concludes that regional changes are necessary.
Conducts an analysis of the content and scope of textbooks in environmental science, and discusses what to do about possible shortcomings. In almost all introductory courses, teachers and students make use of textbooks. One may therefore safely assume that the content of these books reflects...
The 2001-1 GlobeScan survey was conducted from February 6 to March 22, 2001 with experts and stakeholders across 31 countries in Western Europe, North America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, South America, and Eastern Europe. GlobeScan experts are selected on the basis of their influence, sector...
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