Peter Blaze Corcoran is Professor of Environmental Studies and
Environmental Education at Florida Gulf Coast University. He is
also director of the Center for Environmental and Sustainability
Education. He has served as Coordinator of "University Colloquium:
A Sustainable Future," an ecological literacy course required
of all students. He is a past president of the North American
Association for Environmental Education and immediate past chair
of the Ecological and Environmental Education Special Interest
Group of American Educational Research Association.
Peter is active in international environmental education, with
particular research interests in the Central Asian Republics and
South Pacific Island Nations. He has written on environmental
philosophy, community education, wholistic education, and the
philosophy and pedagogy of environmental education.
He is currently working with several organizations at the local,
national, and international levels, including Sanibel-Captiva
Conservation Foundation, the President's Council of the National
Wildlife Federation, and the Earth Charter Initiative.