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A young child smiles excitedly amist lush flowering plants. White text says "NatStart23: Natural Start Alliance."

Nature-Based Early Learning Conference Registration Is Open!

July 24–28, virtual
Register for #NatStart23 and show your support for outdoor learning with a Natural Start Alliance t-shirt! Group registration discounts are available.

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Children group together for a photo surrounded by mountains and green and purple lights of Aurora Borealis. White text says "No Child Left Inside"No Child Left Inside Act Re-Introduced

On April 20, Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) and Senators Jack Reed (D-R.I.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) introduced legislation to bring locally developed, high-quality environmental education programs to more schools nationwide by authorizing federal assistance to states to develop and implement environmental literacy plans.

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Cumulus clouds fill a blue sky overlooking a crystal clear lake with trees growing around it.Climate Literacy Guidelines

The Climate Literacy Guidelines are now open for public comment. Please provide your feedback and share this opportunity with your networks. The public comment period will be open through May 31, 2023.

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Collage of climate imagery: A polar bear, solar panels, wind turbines, and underwater plantseeWORKS: Identifying Effective Climate Change Education Strategies

Well-designed climate change education is essential to helping people of all ages understand climate change and take informed action in communities around the world. Learn what this looks like.

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A long-haired student wearing a white shirt and blue sweater sits at a desk, writing in a notebook. School Buildings Can Be a Climate Solution

A recent Capitol Hill briefing on the need for federal investments in school infrastructure highlighted ways that school building improvements can help fight climate change and encourage environmental education.

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A person in red walks down a tree-lined path in Liberia, carrying a large basket on their head.New GEEP Country Profiles

Get inspired! Read the country profiles for 68 countries, each containing a snapshot of EE at the national level.

Access GEEP country profiles >

CEE-Change Fellowship Accepting Applications

Due May 15
This cohort of educators collaborates to scale up our impact for a more equitable and sustainable future.

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A group of young children laugh and play outside

New! eeWEBINAR with Natural Start Alliance

May 31, 3 PM EDT
Get an overview of the national survey results about the growth of outdoor preschools in the United States.

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From the eePRO Community


Professional Development

Learning from Each Other, Dreaming the Future

2023 Summer Program for Eco Ambassadors

Monitoring and Evaluation for Wildlife Conservation

2023 Nature Instructors Clinic

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Grants, Contests, Publishing

Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Science

EE Internship in Paraguay

Interviews for NOAA History Project

NEEF Research Study

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For Students and Educators

Advancing EE Practice

"Granddaughter's Eyes"—A Music Video on Climate Action

In This Together

Practitioner Guide to Assessing Connection to Nature

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