My Name is Walker: An Environmental Resistance Exodus

Joe Sheridan

Abstract


Outlawing environmental education makes environmental educators outlaws. This returns environmental education to its roots as a nomadic craft and a persecuted knowledge at precisely the same moment its curricular substitutes are engaging with military technologies. The paper argues for a massive walkout on conventional practice. That exodus is a renewal that environmental education needs if it is not to be re-invented by satellite communication.

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