EARTHCARE, The Bahamas
California Academy of Sciences
Several interviews are in production. Here are previews. Stay tuned!
Below is a selection of webinars from Cornell University's online courses for environmental educators, which I was honored to facilitate.
Running Grass (Seattle): Culturally authentic community engagement
Marcos Trinidad (Los Angeles): Investigating access, inclusion, and the changing roles of conservation organizations
Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg (Boston): Learning in and about local communities
El Yunque National Forest,
Helena Barraco (Spain): Fostering climate action and sustainability culture in Barcelona schools (Webinar)
Kimi Waite (Los Angeles): Advancing environmental civic action
Robert Markuske (NYC): Students as sustainability stakeholder and culturally-relevant EE
Frances Moore Lappé: Hope is what we become in action together
Hello, I’m Alex Kudryavtsev, an environmental education researcher at Cornell University. I aim to understand how environmental education can contribute to an equitable society, human well-being, and sustainable planet. On this website, I will curate a collection of environmental education interviews. This endeavor is separate from my research and teaching at Cornell University. If you would like to take Cornell University's online courses for environmental educators, please visit the Civic Ecology Lab.