Education Day (16 November) at the 2017 UN climate change conference in Bonn (6 - 17 November 2017) sees the launch of a Virtual Special Issue of the journal, Environmental Education Research, focused on climate change education research.
As a taster of the launch event and a stimulus for engaging with the papers in the Virtual Special Issue, Alan Reid has prepared a series of key questions about climate change education
and research, that can be accessed at the link.
Visit https://tinyurl.com/ceer-vsi to read the Virtual Special Issue for free, and join the conversation about the VSI and climate change education via fb.com/eerjournal, #COP23education and
Panelists explored highlights from the plenary panels of the 2017 research symposium, with an emphasis on the dynamism of the field within the context of responding to new horizons and challenges for researchers, research, and the NAAEE Research Symposium itself.
Tuesday, October 17 through Thursday, October 19: Join us for virtual conference week at NAAEE. We’ll share a few highlights of what was planned for Puerto Rico through a series of webinars, live-streamed events, and conference session posts.
Researchers at Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment are helping NAAEE compile and create research summaries and syntheses for an online database to be housed on eePRO, an exciting project conducted jointly with the Children and Nature Network with funding from the Pisces Foundation. We want to hear from you about what would be most useful to you!
"Visualizing Change” is a website [ http://vischange.org/ ] that provides a toolkit full of examples and dynamic visuals and builds on advances in cognitive and social science research, to enable informal educators to use visual narratives on climate change to more effectively reach diverse audiences.
Deadline: August 4, 2017. Do you know of an individual or organization that has accomplished great things in environmental education? You probably do! You probably know multiple people or organizations. This is your chance to recognize the wonderful work by incredibly hardworking individuals and organizations for the benefit of the environment.
Are you interested in improving your evaluation skills? MEERA: My Environmental Education Evaluation Research Assistant is a step-by-step evaluation process that is both comprehensive and easy to understand.