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ECOMASTERS training camp on secret Amazon island
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ECOMASTERS: A Planet in Peril, has launched this week, this post is to find young environmental influencers who might be in your classes or network, who would want to showcase their local actions and work with our ECOMASTERS launch team.

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Game-based environmental education can help distill complex themes and relationships into an easy-to-understand format, helping kids recall key concepts and associating positive emotions and fun with topics that often accompany “doom and gloom” imagery. Learn more about StemChef's virtual escape room where students can “escape” to find a low-carbon recipe that they can make at home.

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Schools are operating outdoor classrooms more than ever before this winter, and the prospect of teaching in cold, possibly wet weather can feel daunting to even the most seasoned professionals. We’ve gathered some resources from a variety of sources and experts in the field to inspire, motivate, and encourage you to stay outside over the next few months and beyond.

Blue sky and water and coast of Waialua Bay Hawaii
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Watershed STEM Grantees share stories about how they implement their projects, adapt to challenges, and work collaboratively towards a blue planet in the eeBLUE: Watershed Chronicles blog. This month, we hear from The Kilo Kai project, built around the idea that biocultural restoration could improve ecosystem functionality and health as a land management practice.