Branch, Katherine and Miller, Joseph A. (1992) “Global Change, A Bibliographic Essay on Scientific and related Serials”. Choice 851-860. This article gives a discussion on global change and current investigations into the increase rates of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Byhee, Rodger W. (1991) “Planet Earth in Crisis: How should Science Educators Respond?” American Biology Teacher 53, 145-153. This article outlines policies for curriculum change and instruction that will enhance Science teaching.
“Energy Crisis Perils Life”. (1990) Clearing 66,13-14. Discussed the idea that the use of fossil fuels could render earth uninhabitable long before supplies of them are exhausted. Possible solutions are described.
Gates, David M.(1985)
Energy and Ecology
. Sinaur Associates Inc. Sunderland, Mass. A text on Ecology and Energy.
Huchle, John. (1990) “What We Consume”: The Curriculum Rationale. Geographical Educator 6, 31-36. Explains how to develop students’ critical awareness of environmental problems and how to initiate change.
Monroe, Martha C. (1991) “It’s No Use” Into “Hey, There’s a Lot I Can Do”: A Matrix For Environmental Action Taking. Clearing 67, 32-33. Gives a simple matrix that can be used as a tool for analyzing environmental actions. The matrix focusses on examples of efforts to resolve environmental issues.
Senkevich, V.M. (1991) “Ecological Education Integration of Scientific Knowledge and Figurative Representations”. Soviet Education 33, 47-54. This article describes techniques that integrate knowledge for Science and Art in Ecological studies.
The Green Pages. (1990) Environmental Education Activities K-12. Clearing 66, 26-38. This article presents thirty-eight environmental activities for grades k-12. The topics include seed dispersal, food chains, plant identification, air pollution and recycling temperature changes.
Texley, Juliana. (1991) “The Environmental Impact. Science Teacher 58 (4) 19. Explains the impact of oil spills and oil fires in the Persian Gulf. Provides activities that can be done in the classroom.
United States Department of Energy. (1988) “Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and the Global Carbon Cycle”.