Welcome to our collaborative research library!

eeRESEARCH combines research for environmental education and the movement to connect children and nature. The database includes multiple ways to search for articles, syntheses, and research summaries. 

This project is a partnership with Children & Nature Network and NAAEE. Funded by the Pisces Foundation with support from ee360 and the U.S. Forest Service. Learn more.

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Green, M., & Rayner, M. (2020). School ground pedagogies for enriching children's outdoor learning. International Journal Of Primary, Elementary And Early Years Education, 3-13.
Jarrett, L., & Takacs, G. (2020). Secondary students' ideas about scientific concepts underlying climate change. Environmental Education Research, 26, 400 - 420.
Olsson, D., Gericke, N., Sass, W., & de Pauw, J. B. -. (2020). Self-perceived action competence for sustainability: the theoretical grounding and empirical validation of a novel research instrument. Environmental Education Research, 26, 742 - 760.
Taylor, F., & Butts-Wilmsmeyer, C. (2020). Self-regulation gains in kindergarten related to frequency of green schoolyard use. Journal Of Environmental Psychology, 70.
Wilkins, E. J., Smith, J. W., & Keane, R. (2020). Social media communication preferences of national park visitors. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 19, 4 - 18.
Goldman, D., Pe'er, S., & Yavetz, B. (2020). Sociocultural anchors for incorporating sustainability in youth movements: Comparison among secular, religious, and ultraorthodox movements. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 183 - 199.
Eze, E. (2020). Sociographic analysis of climate change awareness and pro-environmental behaviour of secondary school teachers and students in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria. International Research In Geographical & Environmental Education, 29, 89 - 105.
Littrell, M. K., Tayne, K., Okochi, C., Leckey, E., Gold, A. U., & Lynds, S. (2020). Student perspectives on climate change through place-based filmmaking. Environmental Education Research, 26, 594 - 610.
Walshe, N., Lee, E., & Smith, M. J. (2020). Supporting children's well-being with art in nature: Artist pedagogue perceptions. Journal Of Education For Sustainable Development, 14, 98-112.
Zamzow, J., & Ernst, J. (2020). Supporting school readiness naturally: Exploring executive function growth in nature preschools. The International Journal Of Early Childhood Environmental Education, 7, 6-16.
Huyard, C. (2020). Sustainable food education: what food preparation competences are needed to support vegetable consumption?. Environmental Education Research, 26, 1164 - 1176.
McGlynn-Stewart, M., Maguire, N., & Mogyorodi, E. (2020). Taking it outside: Engaging in active, creative, outdoor play with digital technology. Canadian Journal Of Environmental Education, 23, 31-45.
Glackin, M., & King, H. (2020). Taking stock of environmental education policy in England – the what, the where and the why. Environmental Education Research, 26, 305 - 323.
Kerr, K. (2020). Teacher development through coteaching outdoor science and environmental education across the elementary-middle school transition. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 29 - 43.
Sund, P., & Gericke, N. (2020). Teaching contributions from secondary school subject areas to education for sustainable development – a comparative study of science, social science and language teachers. Environmental Education Research, 26, 772 - 794.
Russell, J. (2020). Telling better stories: Toward critical, place-based, and multispecies narrative pedagogies in hunting and fishing cultures. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 232 - 245.
Naor, L., & Mayseless, O. (2020). The art of working with nature in nature-based therapies. Journal Of Experiential Education.
Zhang, Y., Mavoa, S., Zhao, J., Raphael, D., & Smith, M. (2020). The association between green space and adolescents' mental well-being: A systematic review. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health, 17.
Razani, N., Hills, N. K., Thompson, D., & Rutherford, G. W. (2020). The association of knowledge, attitudes and access with park use before and after a park-prescription intervention for low-income families in the U.S. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health, 17.
Wood, C. J., & Smyth, N. (2020). The health impact of nature exposure and green exercise across the life course: A pilot study. International Journal Of Environmental Health Research, 30, 226-235.
Aminpour, F., Bishop, K., & Corkery, L. (2020). The hidden value of in-between spaces for children's self-directed play within outdoor school environments. Landscape And Urban Planning, 194.
Zaradez, N., Sela-Sheffy, R., & Tal, T. (2020). The identity work of environmental education teachers in Israel. Environmental Education Research, 26, 812 - 829.
Honey-Rosés, J., Anguelovski, I., Chireh, V. K., Daher, C., van den Bosch, C. K., Litt, J. S., et al. (2020). The impact of COVID-19 on public space: An early review of the emerging questions - design, perceptions and inequities. Cities And Health.
Wade, L., Lubansa, D. R., Smith, J. J., & Duncan, M. J. (2020). The impact of exercise environments on adolescents' cognitive and psychological outcomes: A randomised controlled trial. Psychology Of Sport &Amp; Exercise, 49.
Lohr, A. M., Krause, K. C., McClelland, J., Gorden, N. V., Gerald, L. B., Casino, V. D., et al. (2020). The impact of school gardens on youth social and emotional learning: A scoping review. Journal Of Adventure Education And Outdoor Learning, 1-14.
Cowie, H., & Myers, C. (2020). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health and well-being of children and young people. Children And Society.
Dankiw, K. A., Tsiros, M. D., Baldock, K. L., & Kumar, S. (2020). The impacts of unstructured nature play on health in early childhood development: A systematic review. Plos One, 15.
Prince, H. E. (2020). The lasting impacts of outdoor adventure residential experiences on young people. Journal Of Adventure Education And Outdoor Learning.
Tannock, S. (2020). The oil industry in our schools: from Petro Pete to science capital in the age of climate crisis. Environmental Education Research, 26, 474 - 490.
Lindgren, N. (2020). The political dimension of consuming animal products in education: An analysis of upper-secondary student responses when school lunch turns green and vegan. Environmental Education Research, 26, 684 - 700.
Sachs, N. A., Rakow, D. A., Shepley, M. M., & Peditto, K. (2020). The potential correlation between nature engagement in middle childhood years and college undergraduates' nature engagement, proenvironmental attitudes, and stress. Frontiers In Psychology, 11, 1-14.
Kim, K. J., Jung, E., Han, M., & Sohn, J. (2020). The power of garden-based curriculum to promote scientific and nature-friendly attitudes in children through a cotton project. Journal Of Research In Childhood Education, 34, 538-550.
Yar, M. A., & Kazemi, F. (2020). The role of dish gardens on the physical and neuropsychological improvement of hospitalized children. Urban Forestry &Amp; Urban Greening, 53.
Miao, R. E., & Cagle, N. L. (2020). The role of gender, race, and ethnicity in environmental identity development in undergraduate student narratives. Environmental Education Research, 26, 171 - 188.
Sikorska, D., Laszkiewicz, E., Krauze, K., & Sikorski, P. (2020). The role of informal green spaces in reducing inequalities in urban green space availability to children and seniors. Environmental Science & Policy, 108, 144-154.
Alkaher, I., & Gan, D. (2020). The role of school partnerships in promoting education for sustainability and social capital. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 416 - 433.
Duron-Ramos, M. F., Collado, S., García-Vázquez, F. I., & Bello-Echeverria, M. (2020). The role of urban/rural environments on Mexican children's connection to nature and pro-environmental behavior. Frontiers In Psychology, 11.
Harvey, D. J., Gange, A. C., & Harvey, H. (2020). The unrealised potential of school grounds in Britain to monitor and improve biodiversity. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 306 - 316.
Bláha, J. D., & Kučerová, S. R. (2020). The usability of economic maps for students of various age groups: an example for a discussion of a multi-stage concept of teaching aids. International Research In Geographical & Environmental Education, 29, 129 - 145.
Holdsworth, S., Sandri, O., Thomas, I., Wong, P., Chester, A., & McLaughlin, P. (2020). The use of the theory of planned behaviour to assess graduate attributes for sustainability. Environmental Education Research, 26, 275 - 295.
Kovács, J., Medvés, D., & Pántya, J. (2020). To shine or not to shine? – The relationship between environmental knowledge of preteens and their choice among plastic and non-plastic materials for a manual task. Environmental Education Research, 26, 849 - 863.
Loebach, J., & Cox, A. (2020). Tool for Observing Play Outdoors (TOPO): A new typology for capturing children's play behaviors in outdoor environments. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health, 17.
Stapleton, S. R. (2020). Toward critical environmental education: a standpoint analysis of race in the American environmental context. Environmental Education Research, 26, 155 - 170.
Kerret, D., Orkibi, H., Bukchin, S., & Ronen, T. (2020). Two for one: achieving both pro-environmental behavior and subjective well-being by implementing environmental-hope-enhancing programs in schools. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 51, 434 - 448.
Rodríguez-Chueca, J., Molina-García, A., García-Aranda, C., Pérez, J., & Rodríguez, E. (2020). Understanding sustainability and the circular economy through flipped classroom and challenge-based learning: an innovative experience in engineering education in Spain. Environmental Education Research, 26, 238 - 252.
Yang, Y., Lu, Y., Yang, L., Gou, Z., & Zhang, X. (2020). Urban greenery, active school transport, and body weight among Hong Kong children. Travel Behavior And Society, 20, 104-113.
Mueller, W., Steinle, S., Pärkkä, J., Parmes, E., Liedes, H., Kuijpers, E., et al. (2020). Urban greenspace and the indoor environment: Pathways to health via indoor particulate matter, noise, and road noise annoyance. Environmental Research, 180.
Venter, Z. S., Barton, D. N., Gundersen, V., Figari, H., & Nowell, M. (2020). Urban nature in a time of crisis: Recreational use of green space increases during the COVID-19 outbreak in Oslo, Norway. Environmental Research Letters, 15.
Wolf, K. L., Lam, S. T., McKeen, J. K., Richardson, G. R. A., van den Bosch, M., & Bardekjian, A. C. (2020). Urban trees and human health: A scoping review. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health, 17.
You, Y., & Pan, S. (2020). Urban vegetation slows down the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in the United States. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, 1-9.