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March 13, 2024

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EE 30 Under 30 Class of 2024 Call for Nominations Closing Soon

Nominate by March 25
Do you know a young person who deserves to be recognized for their work driving change through environmental education? Nominate them for EE 30 Under 30 today! This program recognizes young leaders across any sector, in any role, and from anywhere in the world.

Nominate a young changemaker >


Pittsburgh bridges at night with NAAEE logo and white and yellow text "53rd Annual Conference. 21st Annual Conference."NAAEE 2024 Conference and Research Symposium Call for Presentations

Submissions due April 26
The Call for Presentations for NAAEE’s 53rd Annual Conference (November 6–9) and 21st Research Symposium (November 5–6) is open! This year, the events will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. NAAEE is looking for compelling proposals to address this year's theme, "Building Bridges."

Learn more >

CEE Change Fellow Richard Tusabe and partner from YES Global Initiative meet with the Dakabela Primary School in Soroti District

From Ssese Islands to Global Stages: My Safari in Environmental Advocacy and the "TEEN-2024" Project

CEE-Change Fellow Richard (Ritchie) Tusabe seeks to bridge the gap between schools, communities, and leadership in promoting environmental education in Ugandan classrooms. Join him on a journey through his community action project for the CEE-Change Fellowship.

Learn about TEEN-2024 >

Photo of Bashiru Koroma, a Mandela Washington FellowNAAEE Welcomed Mandela Washington Fellow Bashiru Koroma

We were delighted to host Bashiru Koroma, Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumni, for an Alumni Professional Development Experience. Bashiru assisted the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) team for several weeks, working remotely from Sierra Leone.

Meet Bashiru >

Blue graphic with a photo of plastic bags at the top with bold white text overlay that says, "Plastics: Impacts and Action." Underneath is the logo and text that says, "Cornell University."Plastics: Impacts and Action

April 1–28, 2024
The Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University offers a 4-week online course designed for anyone interested in learning about the environmental and social impacts of plastics, and engaging people in locally relevant action, policy, communication, and education to address plastic pollution.

Read more >

An elephant walks in tall brown grasses next to large white text, "Apply for The Iris Prize 2024."The Iris Project Now Accepting Submissions

Apply by April 30
The Iris Project seeks nominations from youth-led projects working to protect and restore nature and the rights of those working to defend it to receive the 2024 Iris Prize, Stem Prize, and Seed Prize.

Learn more >

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New Fundraising eeWEBINAR!

March 26, 4 PM ET
Discover the key to successful fundraising by asking smarter questions before, during, and after your interactions with donors.

Register >

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New GEEP E-Book Chapter: The Global Evolution of Ocean Literacy

Explore ocean literacy and analyze challenges and opportunities for engaging global citizens in an expanding ocean literacy campaign.

Read the chapter >

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2023 Blueberry Literary Awards

March 15, 12 PM ET
The Natural Start Alliance and Evanston Public Library honor children’s books about environmental stewardship and nature connection.

Register >

From the eePRO Community


Professional Development

2024 Forests of New Hampshire Teacher Tour

The Unconference of Hope and Bold School Climate Action

Great Lakes Watershed Field Course

Michif Language Introductory Course

North American Monarch Institute in Minneapolis

More >


Grants, Contests, Publishing

eeBLUE Aquaculture Literacy Mini-Grants—Last Call to Apply

Building the Next Generation of STEMM Leaders in Environmental Justice

Quality Climate Communication and Education Call for Proposals

Conservation Nation Academy

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For Students and Educators

Black Art and Climate Justice

The Asian Elephant: An Endangered Icon

Earth Hour 2024 Education Webinars

How to Make Higher Education Work for Climate Change

Taking Climate Action in Your Own Community

More >

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