This is an advanced textbook on environmental education in protected areas with major chapters on protected areas in Wales, Germany, Italy, Indonesia, Brazil, and St. Lucia. The book documents ideas, policies, and initiatives promoting environmental education in protected areas with critical appraisals of the advantages and problems from a scientific perspective together with an overview of specific institutional approaches to the matter. Also, it presents a range of perspectives from real-life workers in the field, describing current attempts to promote environmental education in protected areas. This is a volume of ten chapters, opening with an analysis of trends, continuing with the region-specific examples, and closing with chapters on ways to improve support for protected areas, the contribution of the Man and Biosphere Program (MAB), the purpose of protected areas in conservation, and considerations related to environmental education in protected areas. Includes bibliographic references and index.