Webinar on Environmental Literacy: Pathways, Progressions, and Dosage

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Date and Time:

Friday, June 7, 2019, 11:30am

Registration Deadline:

Friday, June 7, 2019, 12:30pm

On Friday, June 7 at 8:30 AM PDT, the Social Ecology Lab at Stanford Graduate School of Education and Pisces Foundation held an interactive webinar to introduce a series of research briefs focused on the lifelong journey toward environmental literacy.

Join us to learn more about how fostering environmental literacy can lead to smarter decisions, stronger, healthier communities, and more quickly accelerate to a world where people and nature can thrive together.

Stanford researchers Nicole Ardoin, Mele Wheaton, and Archana Kannan developed the research briefs, with support from a grant provided by the Pisces Foundation, to establish a common framework for environmental literacy and spark dialogue among researchers and practitioners in the field. We look forward to engaging in discussion with you all during the webinar!

We will conduct the webinar via Zoom video conference. Please RSVP here to receive the conference information over email.

watch the recorded webinar

About the Social Ecology Lab at Stanford Graduate School of Education

Stanford Graduate School of Education is dedicated to solving education's greatest challenges. Through rigorous research, model training programs and partnerships with educators worldwide, we're pursuing equitable, accessible and effective learning for all.

Nicole Ardoin directs the Social Ecology Lab at Stanford University, where a team of scholars collaborates with community and nonprofit organizations to address environmental and sustainability questions. Learn more at nmardoin.people.stanford.edu.

About Pisces Foundation

The Pisces Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations to accelerate to a world where people and nature thrive together. We support early movers, innovative ideas, and bold leaders and organizations. To learn more visit piscesfoundation.org.