Applied Environmental Education Communication is a scholarly, peer-reviewed quarterly for academics and practitioners. It presents the latest environmental developments in the fields of education, communication, social marketing, journalism, and behavioral science, as well as information on sustainability education, environmental interpretation, risk communication, public relations and outreach, environmental health communication, governmental and corporate public awareness, and environmental campaigns around the world.
Environmental Online Communication, Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing Series, Arno Scharl (Ed.)(c)2004 Springer London, ISBN: 1-85233-783-4
Conservation Education and Outreach: A Handbook of Techniques, Susan K Jacobson, Mallory D McDuff and Martha C Monroe, 256 pages, 60 halftones, 15 line figures. Oxford University Press
Conserving Wildlife: International Education and Communication Approaches, Edited by Susan K Jacobson
302 pages, 78 illus. Columbia University Press
Communication Skills for Conservation Professionals, Susan K Jacobson, 350 pages, photos, figs. Island Press
Engaging People in Sustainability, Edited by D Tilbury and K Henderson, 40 pages, col photos. IUCN
Education and Sustainability: Responding to the Global Change, Edited by D Tilbury, RB Stevenson, J Fien and D Schreuder
Communicating Nature Conservation: A Manual on Using Communication in Support of Nature Conservation Policy and Action, Edited by Sandra Rientjes, European Centre for Nature Conservation
Culture, Conflict and Communication in the Urban/Wildlife Interface, Edited by AW Ewert, 288 pages, Westview Press
The Art of Facilitating Participation: Releasing the Power of Grassroots Communication, Edited by Shirley A White
Making Collaboration Work: Lessons from cases in environmental management, Steven L. Yaffee and Julia M. Wondolleck. Conservation Biology in Practice, Vol. 1, No. 1: 17-25. 2000.
The Environmental Communication Network is a community of scholars, professionals and activists concerned with the role of communication in environmental affairs.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Evaluation Resources Toolbox for Stakeholder and Public Involvement at EPA contains summaries of nearly forty evaluations and reports focused on public involvement activities of EPA and other agencies.
Environmental Protection Agency shares information about public involvement activities across EPA to help users understand how different types of public involvement relate to EPA programs and how public input can be used in EPA decision-making processes.
Outreach documents created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help you engage and involve stakeholders in your watershed.
International Centre for Conservation Education’s mission is to promote greater understanding of conservation, the environment and sustainable development through education and communication, placing particular emphasis on developing countries.
Effective Meetings.com resource center offering hands-on meeting advice for every possible situation. Site includes recommendations regarding planning, making use of technology for virtual meetings, boosting participation, etc.
In its Community Toolbox, the National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance offers some tried and true methods for working in and with communities to help accomplish shared goals.
Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) is the national training program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Environmental Education. EETAP’s overall mission is to coordinate and deliver training and support services to advance education and environmental literacy in the United States.