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 participating school districts to serve healthy, freshly prepared school meals featuring California-grown foods.
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.
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