This position provides administrative, research, and writing support to NAAEE staff on key projects, including the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP), a network of countries interested in building worldwide capacity for environmental education and sharing environmental education (EE) best practices to achieve greater reach and impact. This position reports to the Director of International Programs and to the NAAEE Executive Director, and is funded through December, 2018, with the possibility of extension.
Announcing publication of The Garden of Wisdom: Earth Tales from the Middle East—a new children’s book edited by Michael J. Caduto, creator and co-author of the New York Times best-selling Keepers of the Earth® series. The Garden of Wisdom was borne of a decade-long collaboration between more than 50 individuals and 20 organizations in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, and Palestine—including teachers, conservationists, and storytellers working across geographical and political borders to foster peaceful coexistence. For more details, and to order, please visit: www.p-e-a-c-e.net
Visit ActNowforEE.org to help shape an action plan for EE for the next 10 years. This Call for Action was developed by environmental education leaders from around the world, but it is in draft form. To make this a truly useful tool, we need input from environmental educators like you!
The The System of Lifelong Environmental Education in Tomsk Region case study describes a government-sponsored initiative that supports environmental education efforts across all levels of formal and nonformal education in the Tomsk Region, Siberia, Russia.
The Tanzania People & Wildlife Fund (TPW) is a Tanzanian nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and important natural habitats through a community‐based approach. TPW is looking for an individual to evaluate and contribute to our Youth Environmental Education Programs. This position also includes instruction for the director's five‐year old daughter for 4 hours a day at their remote field headquarters. A paying job abroad, with an 18 month contract, starts in Jan '18.
NAAEE is seeking an Environmental Education (EE) Specialist to join the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) in Washington, D.C. from June 1 – December 31, 2017 full-time, with a possibility of extension. The EE Specialist will provide administrative, research, and writing support to NAAEE staff on key projects, including the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP), a network of countries interested in building worldwide capacity for environmental education and sharing environmental education best practices to achieve greater reach and impact.
This position reports to the GEEP Fellow and to the NAAEE Executive Director.
The new Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report by UNESCO, shows the potential for education to propel progress towards all global goals outlined in the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs).
The Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) is a network of environmental education policymakers, providers, researchers, and practitioners working to strengthen environmental education for a more sustainable future.
We are conducting a systematic review of the peer-reviewed and grey literature to examine the impacts of EE programs and experiences throughout Latin America and the Caribbean on the environmental attitudes and behaviors of youth up to 18 years old, and would greatly appreciate any recommendations.
NAAEE is seeking an Environmental Education (EE) Specialist to join the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) in Washington, D.C. from July – December 2016, with a possibility of extension. The EE Specialist will provide research and writing support to NAAEE staff on the Global Environmental Education Partnership, a network of countries interested in building worldwide capacity for environmental education and sharing environmental education best practices to achieve greater reach and impact.
On May 26, 2016, the United Nations Environment Programme unveiled a resolution entitled, “Investing in human capacity for sustainable development through environmental education and training” during the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) in Nairobi, Kenya.
Today: June 8 at 3PM EST
Considering a wide array of perspectives helps us be more effective and creates an environment that allows us to honor our diverse beliefs, attitudes, languages, interpersonal styles, and values. NAAEE will host a panel of experts on diversity and inclusion in environmental movements for the next installment of its monthly webinar series. Don't miss it! We'll be co-hosting this webinar with 7 of our affiliates: Arizona Association for Environmental Education, Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education, Environmental Education Association of New Mexico, Environmental Educators of North Carolina, Maine Environmental Education Association, New England Environmental Education Alliance, and Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education.