What Works: A Guide to Environmental Education and Communication Projects for Practitioners and Doners

Environmental education and communication projects are used in schools, communities, parks and wildlife preserves. This lively manual illustrates some of the most successful environmental education and communication projects from around the world and provides program ideas for professionals as well as those involved part-time in environmental education. Over forty unique projects – from a puppet show in Guatemala that explains the consequences of deforestation, to an air-pollution monitoring program with youth in Brazil – highlight the strategies that have worked for environmental educators, program directors, and their financial supporters.

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