Latest Environmental education Stories
By Coopwood, Ted Editor's note: As part of our effort to highlight innovative approaches to improving the environment and the health of communities, the Journal is featuring a bimonthly column from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (U.S.
By Roof, Karen Sutherland, Susan Introduction In 2004, Delaware County, Ohio, was the fastest growing county in Ohio and the eleventh fastest growing county in the nation.
To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Chuck Ardo of the Pennsylvania Office of the Governor, +1-717-783-1116, or Susan Rickens (DEP), +1-717-787-1323 Announces $478,000 to 78 Organizationsto Stimulate Life-Long Learning HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug.
By Maro, Paul S Introduction The term 'environment' commands a very broad meaning. It refers to the physical and biological systems that provide our basic life support, and that contribute to our psychological well-being.
HARRISBURG, Pa., July 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 16-member task force named to develop key recommendations to strengthen the bond between citizens and the natural world is proposing the establishment of a Governor's Commission on People and Outdoor Connections, among other recommendations submitted this week in its 40-page report to Governor Edward G.
By Lee Ross Mountain View Telegraph On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wildlife West Nature Park is transformed into a 122-acre classroom. Those are the days that Jim Smith, a science teacher at East Mountain High School, has volunteered to teach environmental science to 10 of the workers there.
By Penni Schaefer, The Meadville Tribune, Pa. Jul. 14--It really was a jungle out there! Or at least that was what Sarah Dippold discovered when she traveled to Costa Rica to help Green Valley School in Atenas establish ties with Allegheny College in order to expand the Creek Connections program.
By Barbara Greenberg, Commercial-News, Danville, Ill. Jul. 12--DANVILLE -- Endless opportunities await students, tourists and environmentalists with the construction of an Environmental Education and Interpretive Center at Kennekuk County Park.
By Mark Prado, The Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. Jul. 1--Less than one-third of students in Marin County schools are exposed to environmental education programs, according to a survey conducted by the Environmental Education Council of Marin released Tuesday.
To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Catriona Glazebrook, J.D., M.S., R.M.A., Executive Director of EECOM, +1-415-785-3887, Catriona.email@example.com FAIRFAX, Calif.,July 1/PRNewswire-USNewswire/--California public schools need to improve their environmental education curriculum according to a survey of fifty-nine public schools.