50 years of Earth Day: a virtual panel exploring the evolution of sustainability education since 1970
Author ORCID Identifier
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0028-8409 - Jennifer K. Embree
Earth Day, Panel Session, Sustainability, Sustainability Education
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Binghamton University Libraries hosted a virtual panel discussion that explored the evolution of sustainability education over the past 50 years. A panel of experts, researchers, and students from Binghamton University answered questions on topics such as shifting pedagogical styles, diverse approaches to sustainability research, changes that the field has experienced to date, and the challenges it may face in the future in the field of sustainability education. Panelists that participated: Miranda Kearney, Julian Shepherd, Elias Miller, and Dylan Horvath.
Embree, Jennifer K.; Kearney, Miranda; Miller, Elias; Horvath, Dylan; Shepherd, Julian; Huber, Aleshia; Gilman, Neyda; Melione, Andrea; Dibbell, Jeremy; and Gay, Amy, "50 years of Earth Day: a virtual panel exploring the evolution of sustainability education since 1970" (2020). Library Created Resources. 2.
NOTE: The recording for this panel is missing the first 5-10 minutes of the panel discussion. The recording begins about halfway through the discussion of the second question posed to the panelists: "How has the evolution of teaching pedagogy & teaching style affected approaches to sustainability education? The first question that was asked during the panel was, "What are some of the biggest changes that you believe have impacted how sustainability is taught in higher education settings?"