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Environment, Education and Society in the Asia Pacific: Three Key Questions
International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education
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Abstract: This paper is a response to three issues raised by Bill Marsden (2001) in the second part of his review of our recent book, Environment, Education and Society in the Asia Pacific: Local traditions and Global Discourses (Yencken, Fien and Sykes, 2000). The book reported on a study of youth environmentalism across the region as displayed in the young people's levels of awareness, knowledge, worldviews, aspirations, concerns, behaviours and actions. The study used a portfolio of cultural and historical analysis, survey and focus group methods to explain not just the levels, patterns or state of youth environmentalism but also to trace the influences of culture, politics, history, the media, education and experiences of the environment on young people. The book was divided into two major sections. The chapters in the first part were written by researchers from each of the countries involved. The second part concluded the book with a chapter summarising the data on youth environmentalism across the region and a final chapter that identified the educational implications of the findings. Marsden's concerns seem to relate to this second part of the chapter. Thus, this response also addresses the second part of the book and the review.
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