Environmental Education Will Shape A New Generation Of Decision-Makers

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Natural environment has been critical in shaping our species and how we have evolved over millennia. As nations worldwide continue to tackle climate change-related issues, many have identified that the next generation will need to be educated about the challenges ahead of them.
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