The choice of environmental education and career options has never been greater or more varied. In 1970, only two universities offered environmental studies – York and uWaterloo – but A\J’s 2013 Environmental Education Guide shows the diverse offerings of almost 60 universities across the country!
This growth in options, which also includes a wide array of college programs, has paralleled the explosion of environmental issues from the fringes of awareness 40 years ago to a position of central importance for the entire globe. Complex problems like climate change and resource conflict are the defining challenges of our time.
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The 2013 Education Guide includes the complete directory of programs, plus our at-a-glance chart for comparing local and on-campus amenities, living and transportation costs, and outdoor recreation options.
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The online version doesn't include the handy comparison chart, but does have additional info about campus features. Colleges will be added soon.
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