If you want to tackle an environmental problem in your neighborhood but do not know where to start, An Environmental Leader's Tool Kit can help. In this handbook, Jeffrey W. Hughes shares the proven strategies you need to step up and get meaningful action done.
From designing a pilot study to managing contentious public meetings and more, Hughes walks you through the essentials of effective place-based environmental efforts. Among the tools you will find here are worksheets to kickstart brainstorming, appendixes that demystify jargon you might encounter, and illuminating, real-life examples. Down-to-earth and stimulating, An Environmental Leader's Tool Kit is a launchpad for those ready to make a difference now.
Jeffrey Hughes is Director Emeritus of the Field Naturalist Graduate Program and Associate Professor Emeritus of Plant Biology and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. He is the author of Environmental Problem Solving.