Resources

Below please find a list of resources on topics of diversity, conservation, the environmental movement, and outdoor and environmental education:

 

Aaron, R. F. (2009). Planting a seed: An examination of nature perception, program processes, and outdoor experience. (Order No. 3400672, Texas A&M University). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses.

 

Bonta, M., & Jordan, C. (2007). Diversifying the American Environmental Movement. In E. Enderle (Ed.), Diversity and the Future of the U.S. Environmental Movement (pp. 13-32). New Haven, CT: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

 

Garcia, B. (2007). 21st Century Environmentalists: Diversity, Hope, Unity, and Action for a Better World. In E. Enderle (Ed.), Diversity and the Future of the U.S. Environmental Movement (pp. 13-32). New Haven, CT: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

 

Henderson, E. (2007). Indifference to Cultural Inclusion; Not an Option in the Environmental Movement. In E. Enderle (Ed.), Diversity and the Future of the U.S. Environmental Movement (pp. 13-32). New Haven, CT: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

 

Jones, B.A. & Nichols, E.J, PhD. (2013). Cultural Competence in Americas’s Schools: Leadership, Engagement and Understanding. Information Age Publishing Inc.

 

Kellert, S. R. (2005). Building for Life: Designing and Understanding the Human Nature Connection. Nature and Childhood Development. Washington D.C.: Island Press.

 

Kollmuss, A., & Agyeman, J. (2002). Mind the gap: Why do people act environmentally and what are the barriers to pro-environmental behavior? Environmental Education Research, 8(3), 239-260.

 

Koss-Chioino, J. D., & Vargas, L. A. (1999). Working with Latino Youth; Culture, Development, and Context. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Base Publishers.

 

Leopold, A. (1949). A Sand County Almanac. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

 

Louv, R. (2005). Last Child in the Woods. New York: Algonquin Books.

 

Monroe, M. C. (2003). Two Avenues for Encouraging Conservation Behaviors. Human Ecology Review, 10(2), 113-123.

 

National Audubon Society, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Education and Training Partnership, North American Association for Environmental Education, TogetherGreen. (2013). Influencing Conservation Action: What Research Says About Environmental Literacy, Behavior, and Conservation Results. In N. Ardoin, J. Braus, J. Heimlich, C. Merrick, & . (Eds.). New York, NY.

 

Orr, D. W. (1994). Earth and Mind: On Education, Environment, and the Human Prospect. Washington D.C.: Island Press.

 

Park, A. (2007). Mission Critical: A New Frame for Diversity and Environmental Progress. In E. Enderle (Ed.), Diversity and the Future of the U.S. Environmental Movement (pp. 13-32). New Haven, CT: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

 

Peña, D. G. (1998). Chicano culture, ecology, politics: Subversive kin. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

 

Shooter, W., Paisley, K., & Sibthorp, J. (2012). Fostering trust in outdoor leaders: The role of personal attributes. Journal of Experiential Education, 35(1), 222-237.

 

Tzou, C.T., & Bell, P. (2012). The role of borders in environmental education: positioning, power and marginality. Ethnography and Education, 7(2), 265-282.

 

U.S. National Park Service (2011). A Call to Action: Preparing for a Second Century of Stewardship and Engagement. U.S. Department of Interior.

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