Seeking Sources: Environmental Impacts of Education
As part of Anecdotes to Evidence, a multi-partner initiative led by North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) and Stanford University, I am working with a team of researchers to conduct a review of literature that examines directly measured environmental outcomes/indicators associated with the implementation of an education program.
We are currently in the process of identifying sources from the grey literature (defined here as any source that does not appear in a peer-reviewed journal). If you know of a report, conference presentation, unpublished manuscript, or any other source that presents direct environmental results/outcomes/impacts from an education program, could you please forward that information to Alison Bowers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples could include programs that measure changes in water quality, air quality, or number of a particular species, but please do not limit yourself to these examples as we are interested in a broad range of direct outcomes.