Environmental Education
Creating an environment to educate about the environment
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Real Environmental Action

Real environmental action is local - at the micro level, reflecting the problems and capacity of individuals and groups ...

'Environment' means different things to different people. For some, it means separating the garbage into burnable and non-burnable items. To others it means saving on electricity or using less water. The term 'environment' may be associated with restoring the vitality of tropical rain forests, maintaining biodiversity and arresting desertification. Developing healthy, sustainable and safe communities becomes important to yet others. The environment also means agricultural and industrial production that is sound and 'green'. Some associate man-made chemical and nuclear hazards with concrete environmental policies.

All of these views are right in their own way, and are united in its concern for the effects that the environment has on the day-to-day lives of current and future generations.

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Contact: Hari Srinivas - hsrinivas@gdrc.org