In education news:
Given the pervasiveness and enormity of these environmental problems, it is inexcusable that schools rarely teach students to evaluate their risks and reduce their exposure to toxicants in our environment,” say the book’s co-authors. “Examining our relationships with our environment is central not only to our health, but also to the health of all living species. It is a crucial topic that must become an essential part of the curriculum.”
What shall it replace? Math programs? Music programs? And I am just sooooo sure that such an approach will be reasonably presented. After all, consider that a core area of research for one of the authors is the study of … neoliberalism. Indeed, I am sure one of the major lessons the kids will learn is that richer is cleaner.