This paper explores how we develop understandings and form beliefs about the natural environment, specifically questioning if education can be adjusted to include the concept of environmental sustainability.
|Keywords:||Environment, Education, Transformation, Teaching Sustainability|
In his professional work, David Cook has worked as an educator, a park ranger, and an advocate for environmental education. In addition to his affinity for the mountains, glaciers, wildlife, and ancient forests found in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, he believes that all people should have access to quality environmental education opportunities. It is fundamental for all communities, including underserved and underrepresented populations, to have direct contact with the natural world and to have trained educators that provide culturally relevant curricula to their audiences.
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