SEAMEO Education Agenda magazine is a publication of the SEAMEO Secretariat located at Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building 920 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand. I sent an article to the secretariat on August 2008 regarding Malaysia's experience on environmental education in term of school co-curricular club.
The article is now being published in the magazine, in its issue no 4 on March 2009. The article can be downloaded from http://www.seameo.org/images/stories/Publications/00-SEAMEO_Education_Agenda/2009_SEA_Issue_04_March_20.pdf .
The fourth issue gives tribute to the SEAMEO High Officials of the 11 SEAMEO Member Countries. The new Education Ministers and new Centre Directors were also featured in the profile pages. This copy includes stories of new avenues that SEAMEO treads to contribute to the attainment of the Education for All goals in Southeast Asia, such as the "Reaching the Unreached" initiative, use of mother tongue as bridge language of instruction, and providing lifelong learning skills through school and community involvement.
This article can be refered as:
Hashimi, I. (2009). Environmental Education and School Nature Club : Malaysia's Experience. pg. 28. SEAMEO Education Agenda. Issue 4, March 2009. SEAMEO Secretariat, Thailand. 46 pp