n this lecture, we learned about environmental governance and the fact that there are a lot of challenges in governing the environment. There is no one single solution for environmental governance; rather, there are many different options we can use depending on the situation. In Part 3 of this lecture series, we learned about ecological citizenship and how it can help us address environmental issues on a global scale. In the assigned reading for this lecture, Dobson (2007) argues that promoting changes in environmental attitudes, such as cultivating a sense of environmental citizenship in an early age, would lead to more long-lasting changes towards sustainable development, comparing to just changing behaviors through fiscal (dis)incentives. Prepare to Post Reflect: What is your opinion? In this Discussion: Please write a short response to the Dobson reading. Please answer the following questions in your response: Do you agree or disagree with Dobson’s argument? Please provide an example to support your position. What do you think about the concept “environmental citizenship”? What new perspectives has this concept brought to you? Please make an argument for why promoting environmental citizenship can help address environmental issues (such as climate change) on a global scale.