Greening the Profession

Blandy, Doug
April 2009
Studies in Art Education;Spring2009, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p211
Academic Journal
The article presents an editorial concerning environmental protection. The author details ways that art educators and architects can make their professions more environmentally friendly by emphasizing sustainability. The United States Green Building Council, which sets standards for environmentally sustainable construction, is examined.


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