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April 24, 2024

Four environmental educations smile at a display table outdoors. White and yellow text says "Inspiring Climate Education and Action: Spotlighting NY Sun Works and SEI."

New eeWEBINAR! Inspiring Climate Education and Action

April 30, 2024, 3:00 PM ET
Join NAAEE, NY Sun Works, and SEI for an inspiring session to highlight the work of two game-changing organizations that are building leadership for the future and advancing climate change education and climate solutions.

Register >

Group photo from the 2022 NAAEE Research Symposium session attendees with the text "2024 NAAEE Call for Presentations"Submit Your NAAEE 2024 Presentation by Friday!

What are you waiting for? Put the final touches on your proposals for the NAAEE Conference (Nov 6–9) and Research Symposium (Nov 5–6), to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and submit them by April 26. Also, interested in helping with the review process? Sign up through this link.

Learn more and submit a proposal >

A fuzzy green Earth made up of moss and greenery suspended in front of a forestEarth Day: A Reflection on Its Origins, Evolution, and Significance

Celebrated each year on April 22, Earth Day promotes global environmental awareness and action. Originating from grassroots movements, this annual event inspires millions worldwide to foster environmental stewardship and an ongoing pursuit of environmental justice.

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Photo of the Earth from space with a sunbeam showing from behind and the text "E-STEM for the Earth"E-STEM for the Earth

In honor of Earth Week, we highlight eight 2023 Pratt & Whitney E-STEM Awardees working to protect our planet by engaging students in meaningful, real-world environmental problem-solving that integrates science, technology, engineering, and math.

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Blue illustrated wind turbine with fir trees underneath over a blue background. Text reads "Build the World You Want to Live In"Exciting News for Earth Day: Join the American Climate Corps

The American Climate Corps is officially opening its doors and accepting applications! More than 2,000 positions are available across 36 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico for those ready to fight climate change. This is a historic step towards a more sustainable and resilient future that everyone can join.

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Six environmental education and civic engagement panelists in a rowEnvironmental Education & Civic Engagement

May 1, 10:00 AM ET
Join an expert panel to explore how environmental education can foster civic engagement, catalyzing community and ecosystem well-being, environmental justice, and equitable governance.

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Fundraising eeWEBINAR Recording Available

Gain valuable insights for establishing and growing your donor relationships. Learn from fundraising experts Andy Robinson and Harvey McKinnon in this eeWEBINAR.

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Community Engagement: Guidelines for Excellence

Advance community wellness and help educators create inclusive and effective partnerships.

Download a copy >

New WILD HOPE Episodes

The stories featured in Wild Hope can inspire audiences worldwide to discover, elevate, and support successful conservation efforts. 

Explore episodes >

From the eePRO Community


Professional Development

2024 Environmental Action Civics Week

Citizen Science PD

Climate Resiliency Fellowship

Embodying Fun Climate Activities that Inspire Constructive Hope

Nature School for Teachers

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Grants, Contests, Publishing

10th Annual Nature-Based Early Learning Conference

Cal Poly Humboldt EcoBlitz MicroCredential Course

Working Towards Racial Equity—Applications Now Open

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For Students and Educators

WROUGHT Documentary

Monarchs & More K–8 Curriculum Guides

Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden Book Review

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