Community priorities are shifting in response to the scientific reality and socioeconomic threats of climate change. Improving sustainable resilience in the ways we supply food, water, and energy are creating new ways of thinking about these critical resources. Cooperative Extension is in a prime position to teach individuals and communities how to live and work sustainably. The National Network for Sustainable Living Education has identified six essential steps for creating a national approach to Extension programming on this topic. Our full paper, A Vision for Relevance was presented to leaders at the National Extension Directors and Administrators meeting in February 2008.
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Elliott, C., Hyde, L., McDonell, L., & Monroe, M. (2008). Sustainable Living Education: A Call to All Extension. The Journal of Extension, 46(2), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss2/2