40 pages , 1994 One of a series of environmental education (EE) units intended for use by teacher educators "who plan EE teacher workshops or explain and promote EE programs." The unit includes a definition of EE, its value, EE's historical antecedents, plus reproducible masters of 10 suggested workshop activities involving group discussion and problem solving.
The title of my blog, Living Alongside Wildlife, is a reference to a land ethic suggesting human and wildlife populations can coexist if we respect our natural resources. Our goals should include living alongside wildlife in perpetuity, rather than unsustainable exploitation, wanton killing and irreversible destruction of their habitats. For more about conservation and land ethics, check out the...[Read More]
Each school year more than 12,000 students and adults from schools across New England participate in Ecology School programs. Many of them take place in the eight ecosystems within walking distance of the school’s campus at Ferry Beach. The Ecology School campus is the perfect site for ecology and sustainability education because of the diverse ecosystems easily assessible to our students and st...[Read More]
352 pages , John Hunt Publishing , 2011 In an approach to healing that includes the removal of 8 common barriers to healing and Complementary and Alternative Medicine, this book inspires, motivates, and provides tools that produce efficacious and positive outcomes.
340 pages , HMH , 1989-09-06 The Pulitzer Prize–winning author’s classic, “brilliantly illuminated” account of education in America (The New York Times Book Review). Mrs. Zajac is feisty, funny, and tough. She likes to call herself an "old-lady schoolteacher." (She is thirty-four.) Around Kelly School, she is famous for her discipline: "She is mean, bro," says on...[Read More]
192 pages , Chelsea Green Publishing , 2009-05-05 The availability of clean, renewable power is without question going to be the defining challenge and goal of the 21st century, and wind will lead the way. Internationally acclaimed wind energy expert Paul Gipe is as soberly critical of past energy mistakes as he is convincingly optimistic about the future. The overwhelmi...[Read More]
236 pages , University Press of America , 1997 Presents a conceptual model that describes the relationship of the economy, the natural system, and the state. Examines the policy role of conventional environmental economics and natural resource economics, and explores the emerging integrative paradigms of sustainable development, industrial ecology, ecological economics, ...[Read More]
A network of Permaculturists in India. Founded at the networking meeting at National Permaculture Covergence 2016.
Folks, if you are sharing something in a regional language to this group, please take the time out to at least write a brief in English, so that the rest of India can attempt to understand it. Henceforth, any such posts will not be approved for posting. Thanks in advance.
272 pages , Butterworth-Heinemann , 2013-09-17 Renewable Energy: Prospects for Implementation contains papers that were originally commissioned by the journal Energy Policy for a series on renewable energy appearing between January 1991 to September 1992. In view of the fast-changing demands on conventional energy supply to meet environmental imperatives, it seemed timel...[Read More]