BGCI's biannual education review for botanic garden educators
Environmental Education Research
An international refereed journal which publishes papers and reports on all aspects of environmental education. The purpose of the journal is to help advance understanding of environmental and sustainability education through a focus on papers reporting research and development activities. Based on recent research in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, the journal details how best to present environmental issues and how to evaluate programs already in place for primary through university level and adult students.
Applied Environmental Education and Communication
Peer-reviewed quarterly for both academics and practitioners. It presents the latest environmental developments in the fields of education, communication, social marketing, journalism, and behavioral science, as well as information on sustainability education, environmental interpretation, risk communication, public relations and outreach, environmental health communication, governmental and corporate public awareness, and environmental campaigns around the world.
Resurgence is the leading international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking. It is a life-line to the heart of the environmental movement, connecting readers to a world of ideas, tools and resources that are needed to create positive change.
Founded in 1970, The Ecologist is the world's most widely-read environmental magazine. Published in four continents, The Ecologist is read by over 200,000 people in 150 countries. A key player in major environmental campaigns against GM crops, rainforest destruction, climate change and the impact of globalisation, The Ecologist's early-warning signs have helped set environmental and political agendas across the world.
Green Teacher is a magazine by and for educators to enhance environmental and global education across the curriculum at all grade levels. Fifty pages of ideas and activities, four times a year;
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The Green Guide and http://www.thegreenguide.com/ are published by The Green Guide Institute, an independent media service designed to provide news, information and educational material to consumers and others. The mission at The Green Guide Institute is to bring you the most objective, responsible and accurate environmental and health information you will find in print or on the web.
Plant Talk is a not a peer-reviewed scientific journal but a worldwide network and forum for the exchange of information, opinion and ideas among the large but scattered community of people concerned about plants and conservation worldwide, both professional and non-professional. Plant Talk reaches out to all supporters of plant conservation and to the many decision-makers who influence policies and attitudes towards plant and habitat conservation.