Your Input Needed! The Global Environmental Education Partnership seeks your feedback on a draft Call for Action to help set priorities for the field of EE over the next decade and beyond. Please visit ActNowforEE.org to read the draft document and to share your thoughts. Together, we can can help shape a more sustainable, just, and compassionate future for all.
Disruptive Storytelling: How to Go Beyond Hero, Victim, Villain
Join us on Tuesday, March 20, from 3:00-4:15 pm EDT for the next installment of NAAEE's Monthly Webinar Series. We will hear from Michael Margolis, a global expert in storytelling and how to communicate innovation.
The Benefits of Environmental Education for K–12 Students: A Product of NAAEE's eeWORKS Initiative
As part of NAAEE's eeWORKS initiative, Stanford University completed a systematic review of the academic literature exploring the impacts of EE on K-12 students. The results of this first eeWORKS review prove what many of us long felt about EE's benefits for students, and the evidence is inspiring. We have translated these findings into several communication tools for EE professionals to use to substantiate their work and bolster support for programming that benefits K-12 students.
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