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New offshore aquaculture exhibit at Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota Florida. Photo credit: Danielle Mosteller, Mote Marine Aquarium.
New offshore aquaculture exhibit at Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota Florida. Photo credit: Danielle Mosteller, Mote Marine Aquarium.
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Read about a unique partnership between academia, industry, and public education that was formed to improve aquaculture literacy and confidence in a Florida community in the latest eeBLUE Harvest Stories blog.

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We’re chatting with STEM practitioners around the country to understand how they are engaging with data literacy in their spaces. For this interview, I’m sitting down with Rozina Kanchwala, Founder and Executive Director at Eco.Logic, an education, arts, and community building non-profit that inspires people to take tangible action to address climate change.

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Civic and Environmental Education (CEE) Change Fellow, Mandy Baily, discusses her CAP partnership with Community Voices, Informed Choices (CIVIC), a collaborative Extension program in Florida that seeks to build community capacity to address challenging issues, such as land use throughout Florida and water quality in the impaired Indian River Lagoon on the east-central Florida coast.

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The ClimateScience (CS) Olympiad is a free and online competition for youth aged 12-25 years, aiming to educate them about various issues related to the climate crisis and empower them to be future climate leaders. This global competition is challenging youth worldwide to answer one of the most complex questions: How will we solve climate change? It's organised by ClimateScience, a global charity working to provide accessible, reliable and engaging climate education to people of all ages.

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NAAEE’s EE 30 Under 30 each year celebrates the unique and passionate leadership of talented young leaders around the world, and each year we ask our nominees what makes them leaders. We recently took a closer look at the themes that emerged.