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Systems thinking is a very powerful tool that can help us understand and teach about environmental issues. None of us naturally know about or practice systems thinking. A short video and two articles (one for educators, other for students/public) illustrate systems thinking in diverse contexts and highlight the very important concept of "emergent system properties." Visit https://drartscience.com/blog

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Resumen del artículo, "Gestión de Riesgos de Desastres: Competencias para una Nueva Cultura Hidroambiental," que investiga metodologías y recursos didácticos para una nueva cultura hidroambiental en estudiantes y docentes costarricenses. Research summary of study "Disaster Risk Management: Competencies for a New Hydro-Environmental Culture," which investigated methodologies and teaching resources for a new hydro-environmental culture for Costa Rican students and teachers.

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A new report from Just Nature NYC, a partnership between the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance and The Nature Conservancy in New York Cities Team

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In this month's Journal of Applied Research on Children, the Children's Environmental Health Network share details of a program called "Break the Cycle" that is working to address the disproportionate impacts of climate change on children living in poor communities.

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