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Teaching GeoEthics Across the Curriculum
Posted: Nov 13 2014
A new set of web pages about teaching GeoEthics Across the Curriculum offers a wealth of information for bringing this important topic into the classroom. The pages follow a 2014 workshop and an expanded discussion of workshop outcomes are featured in a November 2014 EOS article.
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