Best Reference Books – Environment Education

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Environment Education subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Environment Education along with reviews.

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1. “Environment Education” by T P Kumar
2. “Environment for Civil Services Prelims and Mains and Other Competitive Examinations” by D R Khullar and J A C S Rao

“Environment for Civil Services Prelims and Mains and Other Competitive Examinations” Book Review: This book can be used as a guide for the students who want to improve their environment, ecology and biodiversity knowledge. Aspects of environment and ecology have been given in a simple manner. The content has Environment–General Issues, Ecology, Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Pollution, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Climate Change and Sustainable Management and Sustainable Development. Latest data and correct information on policies, legalization, amendments and bills have been the focus in this book. The book will be helpful for remembering points easily. There is a section for Multiple-choice questions for practice and better preparation. Possible questions for the mains exam are also available in the book. The language used is English. If one is interested in learning about the environment, this book will be useful. It is also a guide for one of the toughest examinations in India, the UPSC Exams.

4. “Business Environment: Text and Cases” by Justin Paul

“Business Environment: Text and Cases” Book Review: This book helps the students to get an overview of the business environment conditions prevailing globally. A special focus on India is made and helps in understanding their implications to business. Students who look forward to updating their knowledge about current affairs to prepare for interviews will find this book to be a useful resource. The book can also serve the purpose of practicing managers who need to understand the permutations and combinations of new business rules and opportunities to take wise corporate decisions.

5. “Education For Values, Environment And Human Rights” by Kuldeep S Katoch and Y K Sharma

“Education For Values, Environment And Human Rights” Book Review: All three sections – value, environment and human rights education have been discussed in this book. Value education constitutes the first section of this book. It includes chapters on values, classification of values and recommendation of various commissions on value education. The description of five universal human values, sources of values and methodology/approaches for teaching human values can also be found. The second part of the book has been devoted to environmental education. This part consists of concepts and components of environment, history of environmental education, pollution and its type and lastly environmental hazards. Last section of the book is on human rights education. In order to assess the progress of learning in the achievement of terminal behaviour, learning exercises have also been provided. This book is helpful for the students studying B.Ed level.

6. “Environmental Engineering (Mcgraw Hill Series in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering)” by Howard S Peavy

“Environmental Engineering (Mcgraw Hill Series in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering)” Book Review: The three principal areas of environmental engineering water, air, and solid waste management have been brought together in this book. It emphasizes on the relationship between the principles observed in natural purification processes and those employed in engineered systems. First, the physical, chemical, mathematical, and biological principles that define, measure and quantify environmental quality are described. Next, the processes by which nature assimilates waste material are discussed. The natural purification processes that form the basis of engineered systems are detailed. Lastly, the engineering principles and practices involved in the design and operation of environmental engineering works are covered. This book is detailed content and has several illustrations and problems. This book provides a treatment of environmental engineering that can be understood by a wide range of readers.

7. “Remote Sensing of the Environment: An Earth Resource Perspective” by Jensen

“Remote Sensing of the Environment: An Earth Resource Perspective” Book Review: This book introduces the fundamentals of remote sensing from an earth resource- versus engineering, perspective. This book has emphasized on turning remote sensing data into useful spatial biophysical or socio-economic information that can be used to make decisions. This book will be useful for students in the field of environmental education.

8. “Education for Values, Environment and Human Rights” by J C Aggarwal

“Education for Values, Environment and Human Rights” Book Review: This book highlights the significance of the Values, the Environment and the Human Rights. It is in the present trend of debasement of human values, degradation of environment and violation of human rights. This book offers several workable suggestions. The book draws its main points from the publications of the UN and its various organisations and agencies. Its content includes Concept, Nature and Classification of Values, Virtues, Morality and Ethics, Philosophy of Values. Other topics in this book are the Chief Characteristics of Education for Human Values, Role of the School in the Development of the Human Values and the Objectives of Education for Values: UNESCO Project. This book can be used as a reference by environmental education students.

9. “Environmental Education and Disaster Management: Common to All Engineering and Non-Engineering Disciplines” by Sharma

“Environmental Education and Disaster Management: Common to All Engineering and Non-Engineering Disciplines” Book Review: This book helps spread awareness of different types of pollution to help in balancing the ecosystem and control pollution by providing controlling measures. This book helps to make everyone aware of environmental laws for effective controlling of pollution. This book is written in a self-explanatory manner. This book is useful for final year students of diploma courses of the Board of Technical Education, UP, Lucknow.

10. “Mobility and Environment: Humanists versus Engineers in Urban Policy and Professional Education” by Corrado Poli

“Mobility and Environment: Humanists versus Engineers in Urban Policy and Professional Education” Book Review: This book helps to imply a dramatic shift in the political debate from a technical to a political culture. This book disputes “non-political” Sustainable Development policies which are among the major culprits for the conservatism in environmental policies. This book challenges some deeply entrenched professional and economic monopolies which negatively affect urban and transportation planning in North America and Europe. It also argues the old idea which bounded transportation and communication. A list of new projects are presented in this book which include mobility demand reduction and focus on democracy in planning. This book can be referred to by those in the field of environmental education.

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