|Conservation Education: a Planning Guide (Peace Corps, 1995)|
Technical I.C.E. Manuals available through Peace Corps, Information Collection and Exchange, 806 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20525, U.S.A.
A Manual on Conservation of Soil and Water. Reprint R-38 1982 (208 pages).
Brace, Judith and Ralph R. White and Stephen C. Bass, Teaching Conservation in Developing Nations. Manual M-7, 1977.
Gibbons, Michael J. and Richard Schroeder. Agricultural Extension. Manual M-18, February 1983 (309 pages).
Resources for Development. Manual M3A, 1981.
Weber, Fred. Reforestation in Arid Lands. Manual M-5, 1977 (248 pages).
*Bunch, Roland. Two Ears of Corn: A Guide to People Centered Agricultural Improvement. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: World Neighbors, 1982.
Cain, B.J. and John Comings. The Participatory Process: Producing Photo-Literature. Amherst, Massachusetts: Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts, 1977.
Caulfield, Catherine. Topical Moist Forests. London, England: Earthscan, International Institute for Environment and Development, 1982.
Committee on Selected Biological Problems. Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid Topics. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1982.
Conservation Directory 1985. Washington, D.C.: Conservation Education Service of National Wildlife Federation, 1412 Sixteenth Street, N.W. 200036 ($15.00 + 1.55 shipping).
Conway, Frederick J. Social Science Research in Forestry Project Design: A Case Study. Prepared for USAID/S&T/RD September 1984.
Dietz, Lou Ann. "Brazilian Sanctuary." Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, Zoogoer, July-August 1984.
*Ffolliott, Peter and John L. Thames. Environmentally Sound Small-Scale Forestry Projects: Guidelines for Planning. New York, N.Y.: Codel and Vita Publications, 1983.
*Forestry for Local Community Development. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Forestry Paper #7, 1978.
Forestry Sector Policy Paper. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 1978.
Grainger, Alan. Desertification. London, England: International Institute for Environment and Development, Earthscan, 1984.
Havelock, Ronald G. The Change Agent's Guide to Innovation in Education. New Jersey: Educational Technology Publications, 1973.
*Hoskins, Marilyn. Women in Forestry for Local Community Development. Washington, D.C.: USAID, 1979.
Miller, Kenton. Planning National Parks for Ecodevelopment: Cases and Methods from Latin America. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Center for Strategic Wildland Management Studies, The School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan, 1978.
*Mohonk Trust. Environmentally Sound Small-Scale Agricultural Projects: Guidelines for Planning. New Platz, NY: The Mohonk Trust and Vita, 1979.
Novak, Joseph. A Theory of Education. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1977.
Poore, Duncan. Ecological Guidelines for Development in Tropical Rain Forests. Morges, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 1976.
Posner, George and Alan Rudnitsky. Course Design: A Guide to Curriculum Development for Teachers. New York and London: Longman, 1978.
Prescott-Allen, Robert and Christine. What's Wildlife Worth? London, England: Earthscan, International Institute for Environment and Development, 1982.
Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, Publication #540/980-005, 1982.
*Smith, Nigel. Wood: An Ancient Fuel with a New Future. Washington, D.C.: Worldwatch Institute, Worldwatch Paper 42, 1981.
*Timberlake, Lloyd. Africa in Crisis: The causes, the cures of environmental bankruptcy. London, England: Earthscan, International Institute for Environment and Development, 1985.
Walton, Diane F. and David S. Wood. "Environmental Education as Applied to Tropical Forest Management." Washington, D.C.: Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress, 1982 (unpublished manuscript).
Waterhase, D.F. FAO Activities in the Field of Pesticide Resistance. Washington, D.C.: Proceedings of the 15t International Congress on Entomology, 1976.
World Conservation Strategy. Gland, Switzerland: Prepared by International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with advice, cooperation and financial assistance of United Nations Environment Program and World Wildlife Fund and in collaboration with Food and Agriculture Organization and United Nations Education, Science and Culture Office, 1981.
*Available through ICE