Great news! The deadline for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest for 6–12th grade public school classrooms has been extended to November 15. We know—it's a busy season. So here are some resources and guidance for your application.
The CDE is thrilled to announce the 2021 ee360 Environment 2042 Leadership Intensive cohort. Read on for more information on this exciting leadership opportunity within the environmental education field.
Halloween is approaching and costume parties may have already started to pop up on your calendar. If October slipped away from you and you’ve found yourself costume-less, don’t rush out to the closest Halloween store just yet.
You can save Halloween with a quick and easy do-it-yourself costume. As a more budget-friendly and wildlife-friendly option, your last-minute homemade costume can be a win-win.
As an education organization, we’d be remiss to pass up an opportunity to share the interesting things we’re reading that center on environmental or climate change education. Here’s a collection of resources that we think you’d love to read.
Education sets the foundation for intentional environmental and civic action. In July, California took a huge step to confront climate change by investing millions in climate and environmental justice education. Read on for insight into this huge leap for climate action.
For the past one year, come rain or sunshine, freezing cold and scorching summers, the bread producers of the country, both women and men, have been protesting on the borders of Delhi, the capital of India. They have been living in makeshift housing, several hundred kilometers away from their homes and fields to participate in the protest. The fields which they have been working for generations, for them to be a farmer is a matter of pride and their lands a matter of honor which they are not ready to part with even in the times of extreme economic crisis.
This post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States. In collaboration with NAAEE, Duke University showcases EE practices and advice from organizations on each coast while highlighting relevant research to help EE practitioners learn from academic literature.
Each month, Watershed STEM Grantees will share stories about implementing their projects, adapting to challenges, and working collaboratively towards a blue planet in the eeBLUE: Watershed Chronicles blog posts on eePRO. Join us on their journeys! This month, Ayana Melvan, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Mission Programs at Mystic Aquarium shares her professional journey.