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Educational Approaches to Encourage Pro-Environmental Behaviors in Madagascar
Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot under threat, with about 80% of the population living below the poverty line and dependent on the use of diminishing local resources. Environmental education (EE) can act as an important tool for biodiversity conservation, however, its implementation is challenging in low-income countries. Here, we provide a review of 248 EE interventions throughout Madagascar. We highlight how EE can promote pro-environmental behaviors and show the major obstacles it faces,doi:10.25528/054 fatcat:xwyxyg25afhm3p6urulro5cdvm