Generations Going Green: Intergenerational Programs Connecting Young and Old to Improve Our Environment
The environment is a natural connector of generations; younger people and older people are looking for ways to improve the state of the natural world in which we live. This article describes the benefits of intergenerational environmental programs and shows why this work is compelling for both environmental and intergenerational practitioners. The authors highlight a number of creative and successful programs that serve as inspiration for those interested in expanding into this field and provide recommendations for developing intergenerational programs.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2009
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- Practitioners and researchers in the field of aging have long relied on Generations to provide them with in-depth research, practical applications, and valuable insight into the lives of older adults and those who work with them. Each issue features several articles on a single topic, guest-edited by one or more recognized experts in the subject area, and includes contributions from a range of practitioners, researchers, policymakers and elders. Authoritative and comprehensive, Generations offers a wide range of perspectives on relevant and timely topics in aging. This is what makes Generations an ideal resource for professionals, academics and anyone interested in aging.
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