Blog for Conservation and Behavior Change

Two women smile at the camera while each holding a mason jar filled with rocks, soil, and green vegetation.
During the Worldwide Teach-In last March, students created terrariums after learning about the environmental benefits of gardening and growing food. Photo credit: Kerry Hustwit / Neumann University
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Moderator Endorsed: Global EE
Moderator Endorsed: K-12 EE

What's the Worldwide Teach-In? Learn about a bottom-up educational event led by educators and community members.

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We truly appreciate the collective exchange of ideas each of the presenters and keynote speakers facilitate and champion at the NAAEE Annual Research Symposium and Conference. In this post, we're amplifying sessions at NAAEE2022 that center Native voices, culture, and knowledge.

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Qualitative Youth Data from Waste Audits. Image credit: Shelley Shrader
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Getting from changing minds to changing behavior is a challenge all environmental educators face. By providing our audiences with ownership over their actions—and consequences—we can successfully meet this challenge. Learn how New Orleans' teens did just that.

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Join us for our return to an in-person gathering in beautiful Tucson or participate online with our virtual program. NAAEE’s 2022 conference will focus on the powerful role education can play in creating healthier communities and tackling today’s complex environmental and social issues. Register today!

A large paper flip chart with markers and a writing prompt that reads “Hopes for Today.” Photo credit: Kathy Tenga-Gonzalez, Maine Sea Grant
A large paper flip chart with markers and a writing prompt that reads “Hopes for Today.” Photo credit: Kathy Tenga-Gonzalez, Maine Sea Grant
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In the latest eeBLUE Harvest Stories, Maine Sea Grant and partners work together to make new aquaculture learning opportunities accessible to more than just the coast.