Challenges in Environmental Education: A Conversation with Annette Gough
Mehmet Fatih Taşar 1 *
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1 Gazi Universitesi, Ankara, TURKEY* Corresponding Author


The conversation between Professor Annette Gough and Fatih Taşar took place in her office at RMIT University, on May 26, 2008. The purpose of this conversation was to highlight development of Professor Gough's career in environmental education and her research in the field. We talked about the history and development of environmental education and whether it is a separate field or accepted as such. She explained why she thinks environmental education is important, what the future awaits in terms of environmental education research, and Australia’s position in such matters. We lastly focused on her achievements so far and her research interests. This manuscript includes the transcription of our conversation and also references of the works that were mentioned together with Professor Gough's selected scholarly works.

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