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EE Newsletter Program for 2nd-8th grade students providing 18 lessons on climate change including (but not limited to) the modern-day climate movement and past colonization, displacement due to natural disasters, greenhouse gases, educating females, and aquaponics.

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Addressing Climate Change can be super hard, so WOURLD offers the opportunity for everyone to contribute with something that is simple and easy as a starting point. Who doesn't love trees?? Track how much carbon dioxide your tree removes from the atmosphere, and track your behaviors and add that to it as well while you learn about tree science and how trees help support our planet. Go check it out and get started at their main website here: www.itswourld.com

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"It's a Bird" is a short graphic novel written by Christian Cooper and illustrated by Alitha E. Martinez. It introduces Jules, a Black teenage birder who receives a special pair of binoculars. "It's a Bird" addresses the intersectionality of environment and racism, and is published and free to download by DC Comics.

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NAAEE convened a series of conversations with Affiliates around responding to COVID-19 as EE organizations. One of the key needs expressed in these conversations was development of a guidance document for schools that incorporates environmental education (EE), outdoor learning, outdoor classrooms, and EE programs and providers as strategies for reopening schools. eeGuidance for Reopening Schools provides Affiliates with a customizable guidance document and tools and resources for communications and promotion.

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This online lesson plan, developed by the Orangutan Gang, allows teachers to mix and match four activities including fillable virtual worksheets, video discussions, and online research. Students of all educational levels can learn about orangutans and palm oil and design their own conservation projects through a virtual online classroom space.

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Children who have developed meaningful relationships with the natural world at a young age often carry those experiences into adulthood. They display interest, respect and concern for the protection of nature, wildlife and landscapes This feature story describes the inherent value of nature education now and into the future, creating our new narrative, and collaborating with parents and teachers.

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