Talking with Green Teachers features discussions with environmental educators from around the globe. In each episode, we hear the human side of EE, while discussing some of the big questions facing this diverse branch of education. This Earth Day, win gift cards to the Non-Profit Outdoor Learning Store by subscribing to our podcast!
NAAEE endorses the No Child Left Inside Act of 2022, introduced into the House and Senate on April 7, and calls on the environmental education community to rally around this groundbreaking legislation.
In this eeINSPIRE Webinar, learn how to educate students about pressing environmental problems in a way that avoids traumatizing students, and instead facilitates emotional resilience and empowers them to take action.
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.
Established in 2008, this annual award recognizes and rewards the achievements of those who are driving impactful, innovative, and inspiring sustainability solutions across five distinct categories: Health, Food, Energy, Water and Global High Schools.
We share a list of resources to help transgender and nonbinary students and their families in Texas, Idaho or nationally, who may be experiencing distress or harm from recent policy changes in schools.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we share the “final” iteration of the 2022-2025 Affiliate Network Work Plan. This plan is a result of several years of work culminating in a facilitated process to create strategies and tactics to help us reach the Network Goals established last year. This post contains a copy of the work plan, the launch webinar recording, and copies of the slides from the webinar for Affiliates to use.
As educators, we can help people understand the impact of war on people and the planet, and the role democracy can play in creating a more just and sustainable future. We can also help people understand that crises like these are humanitarian crises, causing human displacement and cutting off access to basic resources and education. We share some perspectives and resources to help educators discuss what is happening in Ukraine, as well as conflicts around the world.
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Theresa Harlan shares the story of her family's displacement from their coastal homestead in Northern Calfornia and her efforts to engage the community in protecting the history and the future of this land in a three-episode podcast series produced by Emergence Magazine.
Cindy Wilems, Director of Education at Galveston Bay Foundation, talks about their EE initiatives and the ways they are building a community of coastal resilience in the face of climate change (and stronger storms!). This eeRESEARCH post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States.
During Black History Month and beyond, we want to share the inspiration and strength of regional, place-based initiatives that address Black history in nature and relate to this year's theme, Black Health and Wellness. Charting the ways personal histories unravel the self, this collage of conversations between Black, Indigenous, and Afro-Indigenous Alaskans maps paths toward healing.
EcoBlitz is an interdisciplinary environmental education & community science program created by a team of California-based National Geographic Explorers and National Geographic Certified Educators. The spirit of interdisciplinary collaboration encourages students to explore plant and animal biodiversity like a biologist, and trash and plastics like an anthropologist. Students learn about their communities through lenses of global education, geographic education, and environmental education.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 9:00am to Tuesday, May 31, 2022, 12:00am