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December 9, 2021
Join Us for Our Next eeWEBINAR: Increasing Diversity in the Environmental Movement
December 14, 2021, 3:00 PM–4:00 PM EST
People of color are the most impacted by environmental issues, but the least represented in decision-making and leadership positions at mainstream environmental NGOs and foundations, which have remained overwhelmingly White. Join Green 2.0, a watching organization working to increase racial and ethnic diversity in the environmental movement, to learn more about their 2021 NGO and Foundation Transparency Report Card findings and how they are working to transform the sector to be more diverse and inclusive.
NAAEE End-of-Year Storytelling
We invite you to explore the power of storytelling by sharing a video or written story by December 20, 2021.Read more >
COP26 Speeches for the Classroom
A selection of short speeches from #COP26 that highlight and ground the importance of young voices in the fight for climate action. Use these for inspiration before some project-based learning!Read more >
Blazing Trails for CCLC Youth and Families
This month's eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post features Boxerwood Education Association, and the role of family learning in their new "Trail Blazers" program.Read more >
Representing All Children at COP26
As environmental educators working with K-12 kids, we understand how powerful the local actions taken by children can be. These local actions, especially looking toward adaptation and disaster risk reduction, such as school gardens, water quality testing, tree planting, school or home mapping, and advocacy. This is why I am especially proud to be founder of international NGO, Earth Child Institute, advocating with and for children on the global platform as a civil society observer to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)Read more >
E-STEM with Minecraft: Education Edition
Minecraft: Education Edition offers ready-to-go lessons and tools for E-STEM educators. Join UNESCO's Peace with Nature Global Build Challenge or explore sustainability with the Sustainability City toolkit. Educators new to Minecraft will find lots of resources to help them get started.Read more >
2021 ee360 Environment 2042 Leadership Intensive Announcement
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.Read more >
Coastal Perspectives in EE: North Carolina Coastal Federation
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.Read more >
Explore EE in the Asia Pacific Region!
Did you miss GEEP's Asia Pacific EE Forum 2021? There are still spaces left to watch the recordings.
Join the NAAEE Team!
Are you interested in using your creative writing and media skills to support environmental educators? NAAEE is looking for a Social Media & Community Coordinator. Please apply and/or share!
Submit Your Proposal for Natural Start 2022
Due February 4 Join presenters from around the world at the Nature-Based Early Learning Conference, taking place in Cincinnati, OH, July 27-30, 2022.
NatStart22: Save the Date!
The Nature-Based Early Learning Conference will be back in person, July 27-30 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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