Green Teacher 45, Dec-Jan 1995-1996
Our Ecological Footprint by Mathis Wackernagel and William Rees
A tool for quantifying our impact on natural systems and assessing the sustainability of the way we live.
Food to You! calculating an ecological footprint
Tracing the paths of our food from its source to our plate demonstrates environmental interdependence and the impact of our lifestyle.
A children’s hearing by Nancy Syer
A unique forum in which students, both young and old, can voice their concerns about the future to decision makers in the wider community.
Les methodes affectives pour augmenter la perception environnementale by Diane Pruneau and Jocelyn Daigle
Des suggestions de mises en situation pour favorises ches les élèleves une relation significative avec leur milieu de vie.
From Conquer John to Sweet William: nurturing flower appreciation in boys by Gracia Roemer
A diverse collection of activities that overturn stereotypes and awaken botanical curiosity.
Making ‘sense’ of science by Bonnie Gosse
Science programs can encourage students to use and to value creative pathways of inquiry, teaching empathy along with analysis.
Animals in jeopardy by Annette Payne
A schoolwide theme on endangered animals for grades K to 8.
Planet Earth: Waste Reduction by Al Finlayson, Joanne Harris, Ron Ballentine and Marilyn Bray
Focus on waste reduction in the school and community.
Inside the Internet: Finding your way there… by Richard Kool
And as always, over 20 new educational resources are profiled and evaluated in this issue of Green Teacher.
(This issue available as photocopy only)