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What is Sustainability Education, anyway?

One of the most interesting things the Green Education Foundation (GEF) has learned about sustainability education in 2011 is that nobody knows what it is. It’s not defined in the traditional sense, and if you research keyword searches on Google … Continue reading

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What Americans Want – New Schools!

Schools in America need help. They’re in physical disrepair, use outdated technologies   that guzzle energy, and have interiors that exude harmful compounds into the same air children breath during the majority of each day. This September, the condition of schools in America … Continue reading

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Rio +20 : Sustainable Development Means Sustainability Education

When you think sustainable development you probably think about new green infrastructure in cities or a government sponsored green jobs initiatives.  Today, GEF’s CEO, Victoria Waters, participated in a U.S. State Department briefing meeting that gave new voice to the meaning … Continue reading

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