In this podcast episode of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons and guests Leo Goldsmith of ICF and Dr. Michael Mendez lay out policy recommendations on how adaptation planners can properly consider the LGBTQ+ community in their planning for disaster relief.
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!
FathomNet is a free, open-source image database for understanding our ocean and its inhabitants. It is intended for a wide variety of audiences, leveraging its open-source flexibility in how data can be downloaded or viewed.
LiMPETS (Long-term Monitoring Program and Experiential Training for Students) is a citizen science program that monitors the coastal ecosystems of California and helps youth develop a scientific understanding of the ocean.
League for Green Leaders is an online climate-action competition for children in grades 3-8 that is empowering, playful and action-based. The goal of the program is to make climate action engaging, relevant, and solvable for children.
Have you ever wondered what a tree would say if it could talk? The Tweeting Tulip Tree is an interactive social media platform in which a tree tells stories about its life in The Gateway to Tree Science exhibition at the Arboretum, provides scientific data from its monitors, and shares photos and videos of tree life at the Arboretum.
The Colorado Association for Environmental Education, Environmental Education of New Mexico, and the Frameworks Institute have developed a fantastic evidence-based framing strategy for environmental education that is freely available for all to download.