Outcomes from Environmental Education

Below mentioned are a few outcomes of Environmental Education

The natural context: An environmentally educated person understands the scientific concepts and facts that underlie environmental issues and the  interrelationships that shape nature.

The social context: An environmentally educated person understands how human society is influencing the environment, as well as the economic, legal, and political mechanisms that provide avenues for addressing  issues and situations.

The valuing context: An environmentally educated person explores his or her values in relation to environmental issues; from an understanding of the natural and social contexts, the person decides whether to keep or change those values.

The action context: An environmentally educated person becomes involved in activities to improve, maintain, or restore natural resources and environmental quality for all.

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