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New Webinar! Together We Decide: Practical Tools for Collaborative Decision Making

February 15, 3:00 PM–4:00 PM ET
Craig Freshley is a professional meeting facilitator and speaker with a history of working with environmental educators. In this interactive workshop, learn the practical benefits of helping all voices be heard and how to begin this work.

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"EE 30 Under 30 Call for nominations is now open!" Photos of the Class of 2022 line the left and right side of image.EE 30 Under 30 Class of 2023 Call for Nominations Is Open!

Applications due March 6
NAAEE is seeking 30 young changemakers who are using EE to shape a sustainable and equitable future. Please share your nomination for leaders from any country, sector, or discipline. Help us recognize the inspiring work of young people across the globe!

Nominate a young changemaker >


A lone boat out on the water with three red buoysSeaweed Farming Brings Hope in the Face of Climate Change

In this eeBLUE Harvest Stories, Jesse Baines of Atlantic Sea Farms shares how a team of kelp farmers uses education to positively impact coastal communities as Maine wild fisheries are disrupted by climate change.

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Combating Ecophobia in the Classroom

Focusing on the challenges of climate change can sometimes cause young people to feel helpless rather than motivated to make a difference. Small adjustments to lessons can be the key to changing students' outlook and understanding.

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Building a Business from a Connection to the Land

Dr. Jeremy Solin shares how he connected to the land and made it his business. A positive relationship with the Earth can compel people to act in a way that represents those emotions and passes the feeling of connection along to the next generation.

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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)—Asia Pacific Perspective

Ankit Pandey, senior associate at Climate and Sustainability, Swaniti Initiative and EE 30 Under 30 alumnus, discusses how Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) can transform higher education and create sustainable societies.

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Call for Proposals for #NatStart23

Submit by Feb 17
Present at the 2023 nature-based early learning conference, taking place online July 24–28, 2023! 

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eeVAL Virtual Open House

Feb 23, 12:30 PM–1:30 PM ET
Learn about eeVAL and future opportunities to engage with the eeVAL network to improve EE programming!

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Seeking Input on Guidelines for Excellence

Due March 15
NAAEE is in the early stages of developing climate change education and climate justice guidelines. We’d appreciate your help to shape these guidelines by sharing your input.

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From the eePRO Community


Professional Development

Climate Action with Family and Friends

Teacher Workshops in Conservation Science

USA-NPN Phenology Nature's Notebook Certification

Master of Arts in EE

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Grants, Contests, Publishing

Environmental Professionals of Color (EPOC) Gatherings

National Geographic Slingshot Challenge

Robert F. Schumann Foundation Grants

The Story of Stuff Grassroots Grants

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For Students and Educators

Justice40: A Whole-of-Government Initiative

Conservation in the Classroom: Why Rivers Need to Flow

STEAM Powered—Room to Read

Climate Change Education and Mangrove Restoration

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