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Needs Analysis of Students’ Pro-Environmental Behavior for Climate Change Books

Background and objective: Climate change is a current issue that need to be solved by innovation in environmental education. However, efforts specifically to develop a teaching material based on the learning needs of the students related to climate change has not been given attention. This study aims to describe the Pro-Environmental Behavior (PEB) of students as basis for the development of an educational material to be known as Climate Change Book Series (CCBS-US). Methods: It entailed a descriptive research design and survey method, involving a sample of 642 students in Jakarta and Semarang, Indonesia. The data were treated using descriptive statistics. Data analysis using ANOVA test to see the significant of the difference between each group. Results: The results indicate that the university students’ PEB score is high while the high school students’ PEB score is moderate. The lowest average score is found in aspects related to efforts in reducing garbage and recycling. Details of average score were Junior high school students (74.49), senior high school students (66.28), Faculty of Math and Science university students (73.69), Non-Faculty Math and Science university students (72.27). Conclusion: It is along these inputs that the CCBS-US must be developed as a learning material in environmental education. It is hoped that the results of this study, the developed CCBS-US can significantly empower students' PEB scores in classroom learning.

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