Contribute to Groundbreaking Climate Change Education Research
Support groundbreaking research on organizations providing climate communication and education services in the United States! The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) is now accepting survey responses from organizations with climate communication and education programming. It only takes 20 minutes!
By participating, you will be among the over 1,000 organizations expected to contribute to this research. Responses will be used to create the world’s first web-based directory of organizations with nonformal climate communication and education programming, which will be featured at COP28 and on the Monitoring and Evaluating Climate Communication and Education (MECCE) Project’s Interactive Data Platform.
The project is part of a larger project which is mapping the landscape of climate change education in the United States and aims to build global indicators, starting with data collection in the United States. This research project has two objectives: (a) to estimate the number, size, and geographical location of organizations that offer nonformal climate communication and education programming in the United States, and (b) to examine the services and programs these organizations provide.
It will help us understand the issues, and challenges faced by organizations with climate communication and education programming, and the perspectives of these organizations on programs and best practices.
If you have any questions about the questionnaire, you may contact Dr. Oren Pizmony-Levy, at email@example.com or +1-212-678-3180 or WhatsApp +1-812-219-0826. The study protocol number is 23-102.
This study is in partnership between researchers at Teachers College Columbia University, the MECCE Project, and the North American Association of Environmental Education who are also collaborating on a U.S. Policy Landscape Analysis. For more information about this collaboration, see the first report from this work Mapping the Landscape of K–12 Climate Change Education Policy in the United States.