Food Waste Reduction Program Inspires Middle Schoolers to Engage
Listen to CEE-Change Fellow Angela Rivera Rautmann as she shares about her community action project in this CEE-Change, Together post. Angela's project provided 7th-grade science and social studies students with an opportunity to dive into the sustainability issue of food waste and build skills to share their findings with their community.
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Ohioans Resist Environmental Injustice in Their Communities
To connect with the 2023 Black History Month theme “Black Resistance,” we want to share the resilience and determination of initiatives addressing the systemic environmental injustices in Black communities across the country, including Ohio's long history with environmental injustice and what local organizations are doing to restore healthy communities.
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A Unified Goal—Building E-STEM Capacity Around a Diverse World
Learn about the global Pratt & Whitney E-STEM awards program and how winners are using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to address environmental challenges in their communities.
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Farm to School Pro Picks
Farm to school is a method of connecting students, farmers, and communities in sustainable practices. Implementing farm to school, however, requires a deeper understanding and resource base. Explore the expertly curated list of recommended material, from how-to’s to a nationwide network of resources, all found in the Farm to School Pro-Pick collection.
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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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EE Advocacy Update
Celebrate the successes of 2022 and learn about the 2023 plans for appropriations advocacy, state and local actions, and climate education advocacy.
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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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