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Kelsey, E. (2011). Beyond “Doom and Gloom”: Nurturing hopeful narratives in the age of climate change and environmental despair. Invitational Seminar on Climate Change Education Proceedings. Cairns, Australia.
Kelsey, E. (2011). How Do We Sustain Educators, Environmentalists, and Students in the Gloomy World of Climate Change? American Education Research Association Annual Proceedings. New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Kelsey, E. (2006) Conversations about conservation: conversation-based learning theory and the Monterey Bay Aquariums volunteer guide program. American Education Research Association Annual Proceedings. San Francisco, CA.
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Kelsey, E. (2003). Constructing the Public: implications of the discourse of international environmental agreements on conceptions of education and public participation. Environmental Education Research. 9(4).
Kelsey, E. (2003). Integrating Multiple Knowledge Systems into Environmental Decision-making: Two Case Studies of Participatory Biodiversity Initiatives in Canada and their Implications for Conceptions of Education and Public Involvement. Environmental Values. 12(3) (August 2003). The White Horse Press.
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Kelsey, E. (2002). Innovation Is Not for Sissies. Keynote address. Interpretation Canada National Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia (October 24-26).
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Dillon, J., Kelsey, E. & Duque-Aristizabal, A. M. (1999). Identity and Culture: theorising emergent environmentalism. Environmental Education Research. Vol 5 (3), 395-405.
Kelsey, E. (1998). Biodiversity Education, Awareness and Training in Canada. In Public Education and Awareness: How to put it into Practice. Global Biodiversity Forum Workshop. Switzerland: IUCN.
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Ardoin, N.M., Gould, R.K., Fielding-Singh, P., Kelsey, E. (2014). Collaborative and Transformational Leadership in the Environmental Realm. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning . DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2014.954075