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A Study on the Environmental Education Experience and Environmental Perceptions of Citizens in Daegu
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A Study on the Environmental Education Experience and Environmental Perceptions of Citizens in Daegu
Yamada, Keiko;
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 Abstract
This study, through the survey of citizens of Daegu in regard to the environment education experience and citizens perception, seeks to identify the order of importance and perception on the severity of environment. The survey has found that 36.4% citizens of Daegu have environment education experience. Those who have experience have high standard of living, live in high population density area and where pollutant generating plants are prevalent. In addition they are likely to live in apartment, are younger, and the higher the education level, more opportunities they have in getting environment education. The study has found that the environment education experience gives noticeable influence on environment perception, environment attitude, and environment activities. Also, those who have the environment education are likely to be interested in environment, know green growth policies, and are positive about local environment activities. Thus, they are willing to participate in activities to improve local environment and have emphasized the need for more environment education. As for what environment elements are most severe, they pointed to the "global warming and climate change" and "everyday garbage" and as for what are important, they chose "drinking water quality" and "global warming and climate change." Based on the study, we came to the conclusion that more environment education should be provided to elevate the interest in environment and subsequently, foster the sense of responsibility and civic mind toward the preservation of environment. In light of above, local governments must expand their supports and fully utilize the Local Agenda 21 to promote the education and increase the perception of citizens on the environment.
 Keywords
Environmental education;Environmental perception;Local agenda21;Low carbon green growth;Environmental attitude;Environmental action;
 Language
Korean
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Journal of Environmental Science International, 2015. vol.24. 8, pp.1003-1013 crossref(new window)
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