A new, free-access website (www.2nature.org) -- maintained by a nonprofit
organization called Second Nature -- helps education professionals link the
interdisciplinary principles of environmental sustainability to their
teaching and campus operations, through online resources such as:
Vision :: information about "Education for Sustainability" (EFS) and its
relationship to higher education;
Courses :: interdisciplinary syllabi and reading lists, with instructor
Bulletin Board :: online message board for you and your colleagues to
discuss sustainability education;
EFS Profiles :: case studies of EFS activities at various schools;
Methods :: innovative teaching techniques and real-world applications;
Biblio :: bibliographic references for books, articles, videos and other
EFS Essays :: topical essays authored by leaders in the field; and
Calendar of EFS Events :: upcoming sustainability activities.
The website's content can only grow through your efforts. Through
(www.2nature.org), you can exchange innovative curriculum with your
colleagues, dialogue with professionals from around the world about
sustainability education, and highlight your own activities.
Second Nature is a Boston-based, national nonprofit organization working to
help higher education prepare future professionals for the increasingly
complex environmental and social challenges we face. The organization
offers colleges and universities a range of programs, training sessions,
one-on-one consulting and resources to make the integration of
environmental sustainability thinking "second nature" to higher education.
Please visit (www.2nature.org) and become part of the online learning
Steve Layman Bolton
Starfish Program Manager
Second Nature, Inc.
44 Bromfield Street, Fifth Floor
Boston, MA 02108-4909 USA
tel: 617-292-7771 ext. 124
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