The Handbook of Environmental Education

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Agenda 21 (1992), United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (The Earth Summit).
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Bloom, B.S. (ed.) (1956) Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, London, Longman.
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Cooper, D.E. and Palmer, J.A. (eds) (1992) The Environment in Question, London, Routledge.
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Etobicoke Board of Education (1992) West Humber Collegiate—An Environmentally Focused Secondary School, Information Pack.
The Geographical Association (1992) A Case for Fieldwork, leaflet, Sheffield.

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