China’s environmental issues have been the subject of global criticism long before authors Gerald McBeath and Jenifer Huang McBeath began their study, yet often overlooked are the sizable efforts of the Chinese people and government to change attitudes and behavior in order to improve environmental outcomes. This much-needed book offers a comprehensive introduction to environmental education in China, from consideration of the environment in Confucian philosophy and provision of environmental education in schools and colleges, to the role of non-state actors and the media. The authors’ examination of conditioning factors and educational variation within Chinaparticularly their focus on the application of directives, new guidelines and analysis of teacher training in compulsory, secondary and college educationoffers an insightful measure of the efficacy of environmental education over time.This unique book will appeal to researchers, scholars and educators interested in the areas of comparative education and environmental studies, both in China and internationally.
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