Michael Cohen

Michael J. Cohen, Ed.D., was recipient of the 1994 Distinguished World Citizen Award. An ecopsychologist, he is Director of the Institute of Global Education, where he coordinates its Integrated Ecology Department and Project NatureConnect. He also serves on the faculty of Portland State University, Akamai University and West Coast University. Dr. Cohen has founded sensory outdoor environmental education programs independently and for the National Audubon Society and Lesley University (AEI), conceived the National Audubon Conference "Is the Earth a Living Organism," and is the award winning author of "The Web of Life Imperative," "Einstein's World" and "How Nature Works." He is an accomplished folk song artist and contra dancer who presents traditional music programs for the U.S. National Park Service and Elderhostel on San Juan Island, Wash. Visit www.ecopsych.com and contact him at nature@interisland.net or (360) 378-6313, Pacific Time Zone.

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