UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — As methods to help mitigate climate change continue to develop, two Penn State researchers have studied teachers’ beliefs and practices about environmental issues and theorized a design for social studies that focuses on “earth society”, not just human society. Mark Kissling, assistant professor in the DepartmentRead More →

(NASA) Note: An updated version of this article posted on April 21, 2020 is available here. The 1970s were an important time for American environmentalism. Congress passed the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act, President Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency, and the nation celebrated its firstRead More →

No question demonstrates the importance of global competence more than that of the environment; our survival depends on how the world works together to tackle the issues of global warming, food security and water security. As we celebrate National Environmental Education Week, Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Director of Education, Global Oneness ProjectsharesRead More →