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The purpose of action research was development of environmental literacy by using science technology society and environment (STSE) approach in human and environmental sustainability for grade 12th students. The participant were 37 students by purposive sampling. There were 5 steps of science technology social and environment approach including 1) motivating students, 2) searching the information questioning and discussing, 3) discussions with students, 4) applying knowledge to practice, and 5) evaluating. Research instrument included 1) lesson plan, 2) activity sheet, 3) working, and 4) activity reflection journals. Data were analyzed using content analysis and verified responsibility by triangulation method. The research results showed that successful environmental management should be selected to use environmental issues that affect and suitable for the student context. Therefore, can encourage students to have environmental attitude and learn to solve environmental problems by themselves. The most important step for learning by science technology society and environment approach is the application of knowledge to practice. This step can encourage students to express environmental behavior by using environmental knowledge derived from environmental issues into practical action about solving problems that are appropriate for environmental issues.
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