Cornell University invites you to take a 4-week "Urban Environmental Education" online course (October 24–November 20, 2022). Cost: $60. Learning materials include: readings, lectures, real-life examples, and webinars. Hundreds of participants from dozens of countries will exchange their experiences. Join our global community of urban environmental educators!
Date and Time:
Monday, October 24, 2022, 9:00am to Sunday, November 20, 2022, 11:45pm
The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment seeks proposals for our next biennial conference on July 9–12, 2023 in Portland, Oregon, on the theme of “Reclaiming the Commons.” We seek proposals for scholarly papers and panels, creative work, posters, collaborative work projects, and other forms of scholarly engagement in the field of environmental humanities.
Date and Time:
Sunday, July 9, 2023, 9:00am to Wednesday, July 12, 2023, 8:00pm
NAAEE is in the early stages of developing a set of guidelines focusing on climate change education and climate justice as part of the Guidelines for Excellence series. As with all of the others sets of guidelines, these will be developed using a public participatory process involving opportunities to review and provide input. If you would like to learn about updates in our process and provide input into drafts, please complete the following Google form:
The WorldWide Teach-In on Climate and Justice is back with a call for your leadership: help organize a Climate Teach-In on or around March 29, 2023! Join us for one of our launch webinars on Wednesday, September 21st, at 10 AM or 9 PM Eastern (New York).
In episode 170, Lisa Craig of The Craig Group joins the podcast to discuss how her company supports local governments, community groups, cultural organizations, and state, national and tribal partners in adapting to climate change.
Schools and children around the world are invited to participate in a fully funded climate action competition during Climate Week NYC 2022, to demonstrate young people’s determination to create a net zero future.
Environmental protection, climate justice and the transition to ecologically responsible forms of human civilizations have become a global priority for the whole of humanity. Several regional ecumenical organizations (REOs) in the Global South, National Councils of Churches and members of both World Council of Churches (WCC) and Action of Churches Together (ACT Alliance) have taken a pioneering role in bringing and keeping imperatives related to climate resilience, environmental stewardship and ecological consciousness on the international agenda, culminating in the creation of this handbook. This resource shares many case studies, best practices, and more from the Global South highlighting the work being done to connect faith and environmental action.
In the latest Watershed Chronicle, community organizations partnered with Texas middle schools to enhance watershed STEM learning in an after-school program, giving students creative space to express their knowledge of local ecosystems in various visual art projects.
Think your students have what it takes to tackle the 2022 Climate Superstars Challenge? This online environmental challenge is comprised of short tasks that get kids excited about the environment and teaches them the value of collaboration.
Date and Time:
Monday, August 29, 2022, 8:00am to Monday, October 31, 2022, 11:59pm
The Framework for Long-Term, Whole-System, Equity-Based Reflection (FLOWER) is a tool for exploring multisolving, which is when one investment of time or money solves many problems at once. The FLOWER diagram can help explore what co-benefits are created by a solution and how equitably those benefits are shared. This packet of resources includes complete instructions and a slide deck to equip educators and facilitators to run this activity online with students and adult learners.
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!
"Sing for the Climate is a big singing manifestation that first took place on September 22 and 23 2012 in Belgium. More than 80.000 people in more than 180 Belgian cities and communities sang the song "Do it Now", urging politicians to take more ambitious climate measures both on local, national and international level. This video is a synthesis of recordings that were made in all locations. The success of 'Sing for the Climate' proves that a mass mobilization around climate change is still possible even after the COP15 in Copenhagen."