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Global/Development Education

Exploring Antarctica through Art, by Madeline Crouse and Skye Moret (All ages; GT112)

Ecojustice Education through Pictures, by Erin Sperling (All ages; GT111)

A Humane-Inspired Approach, by Brian Ogle (Ages 10-19; GT111)

Think Locally; Explore Globally, by Christa Dillabaugh, Terri Hebert and Kelly Keena (All Ages; GT100)

Climate Justice in the Classroom, by Ryan Cho (Ages 10-19; GT107)

Green Teachers & Brown Rivers, by Aceng Ruyani, Erna Affani, Fenty Sufyerny, Suryana, and Catherine E. Matthews (Ages 10-19; GT106)

Investigating River Quarrying, by Vincente C. Handa, Aris C. Larroder, Lourdes N. Morano, Deborah J. Tippins, a d Susan G. Harper (Ages 5-12, GT100)

World as a “Lasting Storm”: Educating for Disaster Risk Reduction, by David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa (All Ages; GT100)

Visualizing More Sustainable Futures, by David Hicks (All Ages; GT99)

Zambian Girl Inspires Water Action, by Michelle Mcdonald (All Ages; GT98)

Children’s Rights and Climate Change, by Paula Gallo and Barbara Strang (Ages 12-19; GT97)

Environmental Education in Impoverished Communities, by Donald Hammond (Ages 14-19; GT96)

Beyond Disaster Relief, by Sandra Kiviaho (Ages 12-19; GT95)

Fostering Students’ Water Wisdom, by Emily Harris (All Ages; GT95)

The Rio +20 Earth Summit & Youth, by Deanna Del Vecchio (All Ages; GT95)

Inspiring Eco-Clubs in South India, by Vanya Orr & Mohan Kumar (Ages 10-15; GT89)

Stop E-Waste Crisis: Engaging the Technological Generation, by Kenji O’Brien (Ages 14-19; GT88)

EE Collaboration in the US-Mexico Border Regionby Jose Marcos-Iga, Kristin Mock and Kristina Erny (Ages 14-19, GT85)

Planet Transit: Profit or Survival?, by Georgi Marshall (Ages 14-19; GT83)

Growing a Just Society: Linking Trade, Human Rights and the Environment, by Tricia Jane Edgar (Ages 14-19; GT81)

The World in a Cake, by Jackie Kirk and Mary Gale Smith (All Ages; GT76)

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