My conclusions are: Environmental Education (EE) is worth doing because it is good for teachers and for students; we have to be careful not to fragment ourselves into groups with little chance of succeeding; we have to network, to connect, to collaborate, to manage our egos, to work together; we have to celebrate diversity without becoming so diverse that we cannot sustain our efforts; we have to understand that the world is changing around us—our assumptions about how things work are undergoing a radical shift and we had best keep up with these things; and being an innovator is never easy, but it may be fun.
Kool, Richard. 1999. Hyperdiversity and Risks in Environmental Education (in Proc. Conference Biology & Management of Species and Habitats at Risk). Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Conference Biology & ManagementProceedings. Vol. 2