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COBWEB Newsletters

The first Newsletter tells how the project has begun in Finland. Next numbers will contain stories from Latvia, Estonia and Sweden.

COBWEB Newsletter 1 (pdf) (796.1 KB)


The second Cobweb newsletter is called "Baltic Sea Flora and Fauna". This newsletter is originally published in Latvia by Cobweb partner Natural History Museum of Latvia.

COBWEB-newsletter-2 (pdf) (1.6 MB)


The third Cobweb Newsletter is based on experiences from the Cobweb Expert Forum in Nynäshamn, Sweden. The newsletter opens up some ideas about outdoor learning and nature school pedagogy.

COBWEB Newsletter 3 (pdf) (1 MB)


The fourth Cobweb Newsletter is a peek into the world of environmental education and Cobweb activities in Estonia. The Newsletter is based on experiences from the Cobweb Expert Forum in Tallinn and Tartu.

COBWEB Newsletter 4 (pdf) (1.9 MB)


The fifth Cobweb newsletter is an introduction and repertoire about COBWEB project published in co-operation with Finnish Environmental Education Magazine. You can take a closer look at the COBWEB people, activities and materials via this Newsletter.

Environmental Education Magazine 1/2011 (pdf) (3.3 MB)


COBWEB Articles

Eclectic goal-oriented Education for Sustainable development

Sirje Aher, Tallinn Environmental Department

Paradoxically, Education for Sustainable development (ESD) is simultaneously eclectic and goal-oriented. It is eclectic because it encompasses many diverse areas and activities, and it is goal-oriented because it has a uniform and widely-accepted goal.

Aher: Eclectic goaloriented esd (pdf) (344.4 KB)

 

Birdwatching in Estonia

Margus Ots & Veljo Runnel, University of Tartu, Natural History Museum

Birdwatching is becoming increasingly popular hobby in Estonia. Birds are very attractive, they are everywhere and they will allow themselves be seen with relative ease.

Birdwatching in Estonia (pdf) (225.6 KB)

 

Environmental Communication Collaboration Model

Raimonds Ernsteins, Department of Environmental Management at the University of Latvia

The Department of Environmental Management at the University of Latvia has pioneered an environmental communication collaboration model, which clarifies the interaction between environmental communication specialists, tasks, and desired results. This model, in emphasizing collaboration and the management of that collaboration, helps us understand the roles of different collaborating participants both from the point of view of the contents and the methods of environmental communication.

Ernsteins: Environmental Commucation Model (pdf) (391.4 KB)




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