University Students' Perceptions of the Environmental Issue and its Solution
Keywords:Environmental issues solution factors, burden grade, ozone layer depletion, greenhouse effect
Ecological crisis management is related to the knowledge of the environmental issues and their impact. The evaluation of young people opinion on the factors, the burden grade and the public briefing concerning the solution of the current problems were studied through a questionnaire addressed to students of two university departments in Greece. The significance of the environmental education and the legislation as well as the need of responsible public information are crucial for the protection of nature from deleterious anthropogenic activities.
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