It's been more than 30 years since the emergence of the mainstream environmental
movement. Yet today, while awareness of environmental issues is extremely high many people fail to recognize that personal choices and personal consumption are the major factors contributing to many of our most pressing environmental issues.
In order to make significant progress, how do we begin changing lifestyles and habits harmful to the earth's health? How can we change attitudes and influence others to follow a more sustainable path?
While there is no magic bullet or answer, one clue might be found in a study of animal behavior during the 1950s.
Other things you might find interesting:
Langley Middle School - Service Learning Leader
The Jane Goodall Institute's Roots and Shoots Program
The Earthwatch Institute
Earthwatch in the Arctic, by Mimi Hassett
Learning, Fun and Adventure, by Bane Sansted, 7th Grade