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Volumes and Contents

Volume 3, Number 2 (2004)


  • Environmental Education for a Sustainable Future
    - William H. Schlesinger
Research Articles:
  • Toward Integrating Environmental and Economic Education: Lessons from the U.S Acid Rain Program
    - Michael J. Ellerbrock and Ann M. Regn
  • Having A Field Day with Environmental Education
    - Kristin R. Bennett and Tina L. Heafner
  • Navajo Uranium Education Programs: The Search for Environmental Justice
    - Perry H. Charlie, Susan E. Dawson, Gary E. Madsen, and Bryan R. Spykerman
  • The value of Assessing Public Perceptions: Wildland Fire and Defensible Space
    - Matha C. Monroe and Kristen C. Nelson

Volume 3, Number 1 (2004)


  • Training Environmental Decisionmakers: A Special Case of Environmental Education
    - Rosina M. Bierbaum
Research Articles:
  • Environmental Education and Local Initiatives: A Rationale, International Examples and an Issue for Research
    - Ian Robottom
  • Leveraging Scarce Resources: A case Study Where Community Service Did the Work
    - Tarek M. Tarawneh, Mohammed S. Tarawneh, and Sawson A. Majali
  • Evaluation of One- and Two-Day Forestry Field Programs for Elementary School Children
    - Amy L. Powers
  • The Development and Implementation of Outdoor-Based Secondary School Children
    - Kelly Cornishin, Janet E. Dyment, Tom G. Potter, and Constance L. Russell

Volume 2, Number 4 (2003)


  • Defying Oceans End: A Massive Need for Environmental Communication and Education
    - Brian A. Day
Research Articles:
  • Underserved Audiences and Environmental Education in Ohio
    - Michele Morrone and Joyce Meredith
  • Rethinking Relationships between Education and Capacity Building: Remodeling the Learning Process
    - William Scott and Stephen Gough
  • Perception of “Environment” among African American Residents in Selected Neighborhoods in Hillsborough County, Florida
    - Kimberly Harper and C. Perry Brown
  • Biodiversity Contests’: Ingeniously Informed and Transformed Environmental Education
    - Vijaya Sherry Chand and S. R. Shukla

Volume 2, Number 3 (2003)


  • Digital Divide/ Digital Opportunity
    - Brian A. Day
Research Articles:
  • Invovling the Public in Endangered Species Recovery Through Volunteer Field Research: A test Case with Cuban Iguanas
    - Allison C. Alberts and Tandora D. Grant
  • Discourses of Water: A Framework for the Study of Environmental Communication
    - Eric L. Morgan
  • Criteria For Selecting Quality Environmental Education Teaching Materials in Taiwan
    - Ju Chou
  • Lessons from a Failed PDR (Purchase of Development Rights) Campaign IN Wayne County, Ohio
    - Denise M. Bostdorff and Julie L. Woods

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Volume 2, Number 2 (2003)


  • Ethics in Environmental Communication and Education
    - Brian A. Day
Research Articles:
  • It’s Not Just About Litter: A New Index Measures Polish Youth Participation and Leadership Involvement in Environmental and Social Actions
    - Annelise Carleton-Hug, Tracy Dobson, and Angela G. Mertig
  • A Method for Evaluating the Impact of an Introductory Environmental Studies Class on the Values of Students
    - Emily E. McMilian
  • The Assessment of an Environmental Education Center in Kruger National Park, South Africa
    - Johanna G. Ferreira
  • Use of Environmental Days to Foster Environmental Conservation by Primary Schools in Kenya
    - Ayub Macharia Ndaruga

Volume 2, Number 1 (2003)


  • Time to Make Environmental Education a truly Global Effort
    - Brian A. Day
Research Articles:
  • Contextual Analysis of Interpretation Focused on Human–Black Bear Conflicts in Yosemite National Park
    - Brenda K. Lackey and Sam H. Ham
  • Testing Language: Media Language Influence on Public Attitudes About River Management
    - Kristan Cockerill
  • Communicating a Complex Message to the Population Most at Risk: An Outreach Strategy for Fish Consumption Advisories
    - Melanie Hughes McDermott, Caron Chess et al.
Research Note:
  • Employers’ Expectations of Graduates of Environmental Programs: An Australian Experience
    - Ian Thomas and Jennifer Nicita

Volume 1, Number 3 (Summer 2002)


  • WSSD: What Needs to Come from Johannesburg
    - Brian A. Day
  • The Pot and the Pendulum
    - Charlotte Clark
  • The Lomborg Phenomenon: Does the Environmental Community Protest Too Much?
    - John W. LeSar
  • Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics: Musings of a Skeptical Environmental Educator
    - James Whelan
Research Articles:
  • Exploring Principles of Good Practice: Learning from Meta-Analysis of Case Studies on Education Within Conservation Across the WWF Network
    - John Fien, William Scott, and Daniella Tilbury
  • Gardeners’ Perceptions of the Aesthetics, Manageability, and Sustainability of Residential Landscapes
    - Travis B. Beck, Joe E. Heimlich, and Martin F. Quigley
  • A Qualitative Study of the Long-Term Persistence of Learning Outcomes in Undergraduate Programs in Natural Resource Management
    - Jennifer L. Tomson and John F. Disinger
Field Reports:
  • Development of an Evaluation Checklist for Communicating about Environmental Education
    - Melissa J. Dark and Robert H. Holsman
  • Using Municipalities in Panama As a Vehicle for Environmental Education and Communication
    - Hal E. Cardwell and Jose Ignacio Mata

Volume 1, Number 2 (Spring 2002)


  • Environmental Communication Takes on New Tools: The Case of Biodiversity
    - Brian A. Day
Research Articles:
  • Perspectives on the Environmental Career Development of Youth: Insights from a Survey of U.S. Environmental Educators
    - Michaela Zint and Megan Hanson
  • Evaluating a Teacher Training Environmental Education Program in Papua New Guinea
    - Alison Ormsby, Tom Naiman, and Annette Berkovits
  • Evaluation's Friendly Voice: The Structured Open-Ended Interview
    - Martha C. Monroe
Field Reports:
  • Environmental Communication and Refugee and Immigrant Communities: The Lowell Experience
    - Linda Silka
  • Community Organizing by the Book: A Critical Appraisal of Midwest Academy Training As a Possible Model for the Australian Environment Movement
    - James Whelan
Resource Reviews:
  • Teaching About Climate Change
    - Tim Grant and Gail Littlejohn, Editors, Reviewed by John H. Parker
  • EEK! Environmental Education for Kids Web Site
    - Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Reviewed by Dennis H. Yockers
  • In the Global Classroom, Part 1
    - Graham Pike and David Selby, Reviewed by Martha C. Monroe
*Plus, news and notes about current events in the world of environmental education and communication.

Volume 1, Number 1 (Winter 2002)


  • Communication: A Weapon in the Fight Against Environmental Health Hazards
    - Brian A. Day
  • Whither Education for Sustainable Development?
    - David Woollcombe
  • Progress Has Been Made in Education for Sustainable Development
    - Rosalyn McKeown
Research Articles:
  • Needs Assessment for Participatory Evaluation of Environmental Education Programs
    - Mallory McDuff
  • Assessing Teachers' Needs for Environmental Education Services
    - Martha C. Monroe, Gabriella Scollo, and Alison W. Bowers
Field Reports:
  • An Environmental Education Program: Uganda Polytechnic Kyambogo
    - Wilson Okaka
  • An Environmental Education Initiative with University Business Students
    - E. J. Probert
*Plus, news and notes and reviews of the latest resources available for environmental educators and communicators.

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