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Alternatives Journal | Apr 3, 2017

If first-time parenthood sounds too easy, why not make a whole bunch of additional, fundamental lifestyle changes and become EcoParents instead? Brave or stupid – maybe a bit of both – that’s how we did it around here.

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 17, 2017

Avoid the office. And help save the planet. These were Laura King’s guiding principles when she began her studies in wildlife biology.

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 19, 2017

If sustainability is your passion, you might have noticed an uptick in news stories about the growth in the environmental sector. A new economy is emerging, bit by bit, and it’s going to be a lovely shade of green.

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 19, 2017

K to 12 students are leading the way to EcoSchool Certification.

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 22, 2017

Right now, you have access to thousands of absolutely free, open, online courses covering hundreds of topics taught by the world’s leading experts and teachers. Welcome to the information revolution!

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 22, 2017

Dave Cormier says he has the organizational skills of a small rodent. So, when he was teaching 275 students at a community college in the year 2000, he started searching for a better way to distribute and collect information. Eventually he went on to coin the term “MOOC.”

 
Alternatives Journal | Apr 22, 2017

Last year, the Knowledge Keepers of Mi’kma’ki and Cape Breton University worked together to offer a course about Indigenous Mi’kmaq history, culture and knowledge – designed and delivered by the Knowledge Keepers themselves.

 
Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

How a “textbook of a record” is a classic example of the need to connect ecology and economy on campuses

 
EcoParent | Jul 15, 2016

How Outward Bound transforms and how its students see the world.

 
EcoParent | Oct 19, 2016

Understanding the variety of nature based education programs.

 
Green Teacher | Jan 20, 2017

A country’s most valuable asset is its youth. When passionate about local concerns, they can provide the impetus for positive change and become environmental stewards.

 
Green Teacher | Jan 20, 2017

How can students explore new and creative ways of portraying diverse ecosystems, particularly regarding places that most people will never see?

 
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