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In this short video, Matthew S. Kaplan (Penn State University, USA) discusses intergenerational education. Why is an intergenerational approach valuable to urban environmental education? Click through to learn more!

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Photo Credit: Alex Russ
Photo Credit: Alex Russ
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In this short video, Laura B. Cole (University of Missouri, USA) talks green infrastructure. How can urban green infrastructure be used in urban environmental education? How to leverage green infrastructure for educational purposes?

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"Bluespace" documentary by Ian Cheney
"Bluespace" documentary
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Could humans live on Mars? Would we want to? BLUESPACE sets out on a expedition to two planets: Earth, where rising seas threaten our existence, and Mars, whose water-ice has enchanted astrobiologists with the possibility of terraforming and colonization.

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In this short video, Illène Pevec (University of Colorado, Carbondale) discusses early childhood environmental education. How do we define early childhood? Why is it an important time to involve children in learning in the outdoors? What does EE teach young children, especially those in Urban locales?

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In this short video, Jada Renee Koushik (University of Saskatchewan) discusses environmental justice. What is environmental justice? What are examples of successful environmental justice efforts in cities? How can incorporating environmental justice into urban EE lead to sustainable cities?

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Green Rights: The Human Right to a Healthy World
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Green Rights is a 72-minute film about the human right to a healthy environment -- a right recognized by 182 of the 193 countries in the UN, but not by the US or Canada. The film explores the power of environmental rights by telling stories from many countries that do possess them -- Ecuador, The Philippines, Argentina, the Netherlands, and others -- and contrasting those stories with the situation in North America.

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In this short lecture, Martha C. Monroe (University of Florida) and Arjen E.J. Wals (Wageningen University, and University of Gothenburg) discuss sustainable cities. What makes a city sustainable? What are examples of sustainable cities? How can environmental education make cities more sustainable?

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