The Green Actioneers Family Action Guide is bilingual in English and Spanish, has a coloring book feature, relevant games and puzzles, and even a "Where's Waldo?" feature. It will be introduced in K-5/K-8 schools nationwide by a "green-hearted" parent or teacher at Green Action Family Night.
This report provides the latest information on the multiple effects of climate change on mental health, the structural inequities that lead to some populations bearing greater impacts, and how people think about and respond to climate change.
How are nature centers innovating for a better world? Find out in the latest issue of Directions, the Association of Nature Center Administrators (ANCA) journal. This issue features stories and information about innovation at nature centers, sustainable construction, and more.
Bright Green Future draws on inspiring stories of innovators and activists to make climate solutions accessible for students. The authors, a college professor and journalist, spent 5 years travelling the country to chronicle a renaissance in grassroots climate action. Every chapter provides discussion questions to build lessons and activities.
Read an analysis of the challenges and impacts of moving post-secondary education online, written by environmental education instructors and members of the Higher Education eePRO group, Bryan H. Nichols, Susan Caplow, Rebecca L. Franzen, Lucy R. McClain, Lisa Pennisi & Jennifer L. Tarlton.
Conservation Optimism teamed up with the Whitley Fund for Nature to create a new toolkit full of tips and knowledge from Whitley Award winners to give budding conservationists the encouragement they need to make a difference for nature.