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Environmental Adult Education

“Environmental adult education will succeed only if policy too can be influenced. If … [we come to] see the importance of adult and community-based education strategies, and understand that the goal of greater sustainability will not be met without critically engaging voters, consumers, workers, employers, landowners, media representatives, community activists, nurses, lawyers, doctors, poets and musicians …. who play such key roles in society.”

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