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O objetivo dessa pesquisa é evidenciar as ações de coordenadores à promoção da Educação Ambiental junto aos cursos superiores de Engenharia e Administração. Para tanto, realizou-se uma pesquisa de campo, junto aos coordenadores de cursos de Bacharelado em Engenharia e Administração dos municípios de São Bernardo do Campo (SP), Santo André (SP) e São Caetano do Sul (SP). O estudo foi exploratório e conduzido por meio de entrevista para cada um dos coordenadores e perguntado como é promovida a Educação Ambiental pelo curso coordenado. Os resultados demonstram que as Instituições de Ensino no Brasil ainda focam na Gestão Ambiental utilizando as disciplinas como matéria de disseminação deste importante tema.
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