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It's too late. Let's get to work anyway.
Don Haas, Paleontological Research Institution
Don Haas, Paleontological Research Institution It is too late to prevent horrible consequences of climate change, but when it's too late is when we generally get to work. We ended slavery too late. We stopped ...

Theory, Knowledge, & the Need for a New Science
Cynthia Fadem, Earlham College
Cynthia Fadem, Earlham College An Earth Education that supports sustainable societies Supports society from the ground up, taking an inclusive whole-society and whole-environment approach, including the natural, ...

Earth Education: From Childhood to Adulthood
Patrick Kasele, African Initiative for Environmental Education
Patrick Kasele, African Initiative for Environmental Education The main issues that the world is facing and will be facing for the next decades are loss of natural habitats and resources, animal extinction, food ...

Promoting Place-Based Education on a National Scale
Elisa Caref, Sarah Lawrence College
Elisa Caref, Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak David Orr once wrote that "all education is environmental education", and I believe it is possible to truly weave it into national ...

Sustainable Futures Storytelling
Russanne Low, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Russanne D. Low, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies Emphasizing sustainability in our classrooms is a great way to build interest in Earth system sciences. Unlike climate change (and in some circles, ...

The oceans must play a role in sustainable societies
Lauren Sahl, Maine Maritime Academy
Lauren Sahl, Maine Maritime Academy When educating for a sustainable future it is vital that the ocean be included. The ocean provides essential goods and services to the planet. As more of the global population ...

Educating ALL: The Importance of Everyone Taking Care of This EARTH We Share
Paula Faulkner, North Carolina A & T State University
Paula E. Faulkner, North Carolina A & T State University Scientists believe Earth and its moon formed around the same time as the rest of the solar system. They also think that was about 4.5 billion years ago. ...

Earth Education Expands to Teach Active Participation in Public Life
Sarah Johnson, Wild Rose Education
By Sarah R. Johnson, MAEd, Founder and Director of Wild Rose Education As the world continues to be bombarded by wicked problems, neuroscience research continues to expand and inform the field of teaching and ...

The Psychology of Sustainability and Lessons from a Tiny Island
Debbie Sturm, James Madison University
Debbie Sturm, James Madison University In March of this year I attended a conference in Edinburgh, Scotland centered around sustainability assessment within universities. It was a tiny conference, with just about ...

All Shall Be Judged Politically: Seeking Consensus for a Sustainability-Literate Dialogue
Eric Pyle, James Madison University
Eric Pyle, James Madison University One of the most critical educational needs that I perceive is the development of consensus on the what the term "sustainability" actually means. For some, it is a ...