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Articles on Critical Thinking in Environmental Science

  1. Brumagim, A. L., & Cann, C. W. (2012). A framework for teaching social and environmental sustainability to undergraduate business majors. Journal of Education for Business, 87(5), 303-308. DOI: 10.1080/08832323.2011.598886

     

    This article outlines an undergraduate exercise to help students more fully understand the environmental and social justice aspects of business sustainability activities through a simple hierarchical framework that based on Maslow's work which is meant to help the students understand, analyze, and judge the vast amount of corporate sustainability materials and publications.

     

     

  2. Ratnapradipa, D., & Rhodes, D. L. (2010). An introductory lesson to environmental health: Media analysis and risk reduction. Health Educator, 42(1), 12-17.

     

    This article covers an activity designed to provide students with an overview of environmental health and to encourage them to think critically about how they can minimize their potential negative health impacts from environmental exposures.

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