Urban Environmental Education Review, to be published by Cornell University Press in spring 2017, demonstrates how environmental education contributes to urban sustainability. Its 90 contributors explore novel educational approaches, help debunk assumptions about cities as ecologically barren, and show how city people care for, and learn in, urban nature.
Topics in Urban Environmental Education Review encompass global cities, sustainability, and educational theory, settings, participants, and approaches. Chapters integrate research and practice to help aspiring and practicing environmental educators, urban planners, and others achieve education, community development, and environmental quality goals in cities.
The series Urban EE Essays, excerpted from Urban Environmental Education Review, explores perspectives on urban environmental education and may be reprinted/reproduced only with permission from Cornell University Press.