As you compare your environmental ideas with others, what emerge as the most important differences and debates?
Over the last three years, nearly 3000 students in 50 U.S. institutions of higher education have explored their environmental ideas via the EcoTypes initiative.
At the core of this exploration are key debates and questions we must discuss if we want to make progress on environmental issues.
Participants explored fifteen EcoTypes axes, all related to three key EcoTypes themes.
Aesthetics | Change | Diversity | Domain | Ecosystems | Ethics | Future | Nature | Science | Social Scale | Society | Spatial Scale | Spirituality | Technology | Time
Wow, a lot of axes and ideas! But they all relate to just three key themes.
Place | Knowledge | Action
Ultimately, EcoTypes participants have been exploring just three key ideological debates.
You can explore these key debates too, and the underlying questions for each.
Key EcoTypes Theme Questions
Take the EcoTypes Theme Survey!
You can take a quick online survey* and compare where you stand on these three key questions with others.
*Please note that, by taking this survey, you agree for your anonymous data to be stored. No identity information will be collected.