Environmental education teaches how to be in the world, how to connect and partner with others to achieve a goal, how to synthesize disparate world views and consider innovative possibilities as solutions.
A\J's 2014 Education issue digs into what it means to get an environmental education – plus where to get one, what you can do with it, and why everyone should have one.
In this issue:
- An inspiring feature essay by Natasha Milijasevic on the unique value of an environmental education.
- Jane Goodall on why today's grads make great leaders.
- Grad profiles: what real alumni are doing with Canadian environmental degrees.
- Our annual guide to environmental post-secondary programs across the country.
- How we'll get past the nuclear era's fiscal meltdown.
- A creative Vancouverite's success with at-home hydroponics.
- How-to: A DIY solar water heater.
- Methane-bleeding fracking wells.
- A Q&A with racecar driver Leilani Münter.
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