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Are you looking for research about environmental literacy, the benefits of connecting to nature, fostering environmental behaviors, and more? You’ve come to the right spot! eeRESEARCH combines research for environmental education and the movement to connect children and nature. The database includes multiple ways to search for articles, syntheses, and research summaries. Learn more > 

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Discussing the greenhouse effect: Children's collaborative discourse reasoning and conceptual change

Citation:
Mason, L., & Santi, M.. (1998). Discussing the greenhouse effect: Children's collaborative discourse reasoning and conceptual change. Environmental Education Research, 4(1), 67 - 85. presented at the 1998/02/01/.

The effectiveness of a community education programme in reducing litter pollution on shores of Ambon Bay (eastern Indonesia)

Citation:
Uneputty, P., Evans, S. M., & Suyoso, E.. (1998). The effectiveness of a community education programme in reducing litter pollution on shores of Ambon Bay (eastern Indonesia). Journal of Biological Education (Society of Biology), 32(2), 143 - 147. presented at the 1998///Summer. Retrieved from https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eft&AN=507656056&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Ecology versus issue interpretation: The analysis of two different messages

Citation:
Knapp, D., & Barrie, E.. (1998). Ecology versus issue interpretation: The analysis of two different messages. Journal of Interpretation Research, 3(1), 21 - 38. presented at the 1998/12/01/.

Perceptions of the environment while exploring the outdoors: A case study in Belize

Citation:
Emmons, K. M. (1997). Perceptions of the environment while exploring the outdoors: A case study in Belize. Environmental Education Research, 3(3), 327 - 344. presented at the 1997/10//.

Effects of participation in class activities on children's environmental attitudes and knowledge

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Leeming, F. C., Porter, B. E., Dwyer, W. O., Cobern, M. K., & Oliver, D. P.. (1997). Effects of participation in class activities on children's environmental attitudes and knowledge. Journal of Environmental Education, 28(2), 33 - 42. presented at the 1997/12/01/. Retrieved from https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ540167&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Relationship between demographic variables and environmental attitudes of high school students

Citation:
Bradley, J. C., Waliczek, T. M., & Zajicek, J. M.. (1997). Relationship between demographic variables and environmental attitudes of high school students. Journal of Natural Resources & Life Sciences Education, 26, 102 - 104. presented at the 1997/10/15/.

Water conservation education with a rainfall simulator

Citation:
Kok, H., & Kessen, S.. (1997). Water conservation education with a rainfall simulator. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education, 26(1), 20 - 23. presented at the 1997/03/01/.

Using inquiry to enhance the learning and appreciation of geography

Citation:
Klein, P. (1995). Using inquiry to enhance the learning and appreciation of geography. Journal of Geography, 94(2), 358 - 67. presented at the 1995/03/01/.

Science education and sustainability: A case-study in discussion-based learning

Citation:
Gayford, C. (1995). Science education and sustainability: A case-study in discussion-based learning. Research in Science and Technological Education, 13(2), 135 - 45. presented at the 1995/01/01/.

Integration and environmental/outdoor education: The impact of integrating students with severe developmental disabilities on the academic performance of peers without disabilities

Citation:
Schleien, S. J., Hornfelt, D. A., & McAvoy, L. H.. (1994). Integration and environmental/outdoor education: The impact of integrating students with severe developmental disabilities on the academic performance of peers without disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 28(1), 25 - 34. presented at the 1994/01/01/.

Changing energy end-use patterns as a means of reducing global-warming trends

Citation:
Dresner, M. (1989). Changing energy end-use patterns as a means of reducing global-warming trends. Journal of Environmental Education, 21, 41 - 46. presented at the 1989///Winter1989/1990.

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