David W. Orr suggests that treating the public as intelligent adults capable of heroic acts gives a greater chance of solving environmental issues.
For leaders engaged in systems change, we offer important lessons from our work with thousands of educators.
Although agriculture is a large source of global emissions, Pollan suggests it can help reverse climate change.
California Thursdays is a collaboration between the Center for Ecoliteracy and a network of public school districts to serve healthy, freshly prepared school meals made from California-grown food.
An iPad app from the Center for Ecoliteracy and Whole Kids Foundation offers a playful, visually rich way to help kids understand that soil is a living system full of fascinating relationships.
An interactive guide for educators, students, and advocates that explores how food systems and our changing climate interact, and how personal choices can make a difference.
Exploring the links between food systems and our changing climate from a systems thinking perspective.
Everything we eat has a story to tell. The Abundant California suite teaches students in grades 3–5 about California crops and introduces them to the food system that sustains us all.
Enrichment activities offer an opportunity to engage children in exploring the bounty of California-grown fruits and vegetables in after-school, out-of-school, and summer programs.
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