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It has long been argued that solutions to inform better decisions on environmental challenges require research at the boundaries of scientific disciplines. Research institutes and centers at universities can be key vehicles for the convergence of scientists from multiple disciplines and the...
This essay reflects on the experiential learning of place and place-making in the ESS curriculum, and contributes to the literature on critical place-based education. This paper discusses “narratives of place” as part of a critical race theoretical framework that provides grounding for the...
There is consensus among scientists that it is important that students understand the nature of science (NOS) and are competent in using primary literature to support understanding of complicated environmental problems. Because environmental issues involve social and ecological complexities,...
The article Student representations and conceptions of ecological versus socialsciences in a conservation course, written by Amanda E. Sorensen, Jeffrey Brown, Ashley Alred, Joseph J. Fontaine and Jenny M. Dauer, was originally published electronically on the publisher’s internet portal...
Significant areas of terrestrial, wetland, and aquatic ecosystems globally have been destroyed or greatly degraded, greatly impacting ecosystem services, most critical to human well-being. Ecological restoration can begin the process of recovering these ecosystems. The Primer of Ecological...
This book is intended to address major energy transitions toward renewable energy and energy conservation via stakeholder and affected public support for mobilization. As David Orr aptly states we need to address “national energy concerns, which risks we as a society accept, which we avoid, who...
The article A framework for teaching socio-environmental problem-solving, written by Cynthia A. Wei, Michael L. Deaton, Teresa J. Shume, Ramiro Berardo and William R. Burnside was originally published electronically on the publisher’s internet portal on 11 April 2020 without open access.
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