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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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Clark, C. R., Heimlich, J. E., Ardoin, N. M., & Braus, J. (2020). Using a Delphi study to clarify the landscape and core outcomes in environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 26, 381 - 399.
Davies, J., McKenna, M., Bayley, J., Denner, K., & Young, H. (2020). Using engagement in sustainable construction to improve mental health and social connection in disadvantaged and hard to reach groups: A new green care approach. Journal Of Mental Health, 29, 350-357.
Kepper, M. M., Staiano, A. E., Katzmarzyk, P. T., Reis, R. S., Eyler, A. A., Griffith, D. M., et al. (2020). Using mixed methods to understand women's parenting practices related to their child's outdoor play and physical activity among families living in diverse neighborhood environments. Health & Place.
Marques, R. R., Malafaia, C., Faria, J. L., & Menezes, I. (2020). Using online tools in participatory research with adolescents to promote civic engagement and environmental mobilization: the WaterCircle (WC) project. Environmental Education Research, 26, 1043 - 1059.
Havea, P. H., Siga, A., Rabuatoka, T., Tamani, A. T., Devi, P., Senikula, R., et al. (2020). Using vocational education to support development solutions in the Pacific: An emphasis on climate change and health. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 19, 171 - 186.
Proctor, R., Guell, C., Wyatt, K., & Williams, A. J. (2020). What is the evidence base for integrating health and environmental approaches in the school context to nurture healthier and more environmentally aware young people? A systematic scoping review of global evidence. Health &Amp; Place, 64.
Edwards, R. C., & Larson, B. M. H. (2020). When screens replace backyards: strategies to connect digital-media-oriented young people to nature. Environmental Education Research, 26, 950 - 968.
Wolfe, C. R., Cedillos-Whynott, E. M., & Vanni, M. J. (2020). You Live in a Watershed! Informal Environmental Science Education with a State Park Exhibit. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 19, 74 - 87.
Oscilowicz, E., Honey-Rosés, J., Anguelovski, I., Triguero-Mas, M., & Cole, H. (2020). Young families and children in gentrifying neighbourhoods: How gentrification reshapes use and perception of green play spaces. Local Environment: The International Journal Of Justice And Sustainability, 25, 765-786.
Zummo, L., Gargroetzi, E., & Garcia, A. (2020). Youth voice on climate change: using factor analysis to understand the intersection of science, politics, and emotion. Environmental Education Research, 26, 1207 - 1226.
Petrzelka, P., Ott, M. B., Fairchild, E., & Filipiak, J. (2020). ‘From a circle of introductions': adult learning and empowerment of women agricultural landowners. Environmental Education Research, 26, 206 - 218.
Mickelsson, M. (2020). ‘I think it works better if we have an example to help us': experiences in collaboratively conceptualizing the scaling of education for sustainable development practices in South Africa. Environmental Education Research, 26, 341 - 358.
Sezen-Barrie, A., Miller-Rushing, A., & Hufnagel, E. (2020). ‘It's a gassy world': starting with students' wondering questions to inform climate change education. Environmental Education Research, 26, 555 - 576.
Hunter, R. H., & Jordan, R. C. (2020). “I have a little, little, little footprint on the world” and “I'm not political”: feelings of low self-efficacy and the effect of identity on environmental behaviour in educators. Environmental Education Research, 26, 666 - 683.
Cooke, E., Thorpe, K., Clarke, A., Houen, S., Oakes, C., & Staton, S. (2020). “Lie in the grass, the soft grass”: Relaxation accounts of young children attending childcare. Children And Youth Services Review, 109.
Harris, B., Rigolon, A., & Fernandez, M. (2020). “To them, we're just kids from the hood”: Citizen-based policing of youth of color, “white space,” and environmental gentrification. Cities, 107.
Hill, C., & Chawla, C. (2019). "Fun, novel, safe, and inclusive": Children's design recommendations for playgrounds for all abilities. Children, Youth And Environments, 29, 105-115.
Stapleton, S. R. (2019). A case for climate justice education: American youth connecting to intragenerational climate injustice in Bangladesh. Environmental Education Research, 25, 732 - 750.
Jordan, C., & Chawla, L. (2019). A coordinated research agenda for nature-based learning. Frontiers In Psychology.
Weeland, J., Moens, M. A., Beute, F., Assink, M., Staaks, J. P. C., & Overbeek, G. (2019). A dose of nature: Two three-level meta-analyses of the beneficial effects of exposure to nature on children's self-regulation. Journal Of Environmental Psychology.
Ouariachi, T., Olvera-Lobo, M. D., Gutiérrez-Pérez, J., & Maibach, E. (2019). A framework for climate change engagement through video games. Environmental Education Research, 25, 701 - 716.
Açar, T. S., Inalpulat, M., Oz, N. A., Genc, L., Arslan, H., & Bagran, A. B. (2019). A journey to children's perceptions on forest fire through drawings in Canakkale Province, Turkey: Exploring the needs for alternative educative approaches. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 18, 285 - 299.
Ignell, C., Davies, P., & Lundholm, C. (2019). A longitudinal study of upper secondary school students' values and beliefs regarding policy responses to climate change. Environmental Education Research, 25, 615 - 632.
Richardson, M., Hunt, A., Hinds, J., Bragg, R., Fido, D., Petronzi, D., et al. (2019). A measure of nature connectedness for children and adults: Validation, performance, and insights. Sustainability, 11.
Imai, H., Nakashizuka, T., & Kohsaka, R. (2019). A multi-year investigation of the factors underlying decreasing interactions of children and adults with natural environments in Japan. Human Ecology.
Norwood, M. F., Lakhani, A., Fullagar, S., Maujean, A., Downes, M., Byrne, J., et al. (2019). A narrative and systematic review of the behavioural, cognitive and emotional effects of passive nature exposure on young people: Evidence for prescribing change. Landscape And Urban Planning, 189, 71-79.
Ahi, B., & Atasoy, V. (2019). A phenomenographic investigation into preschool children's relationships with nature through drawings. International Research In Geographical And Environmental Education, 28, 281-295.
Frey, S. N., & Parent, V. (2019). A residential camp's impact on youths' leadership skills and natural resource knowledge. Journal Of Youth Development, 14, 101-117.
Hughes, J., Rogerson, M., Barton, J., & Bragg, R. (2019). Age and connection to nature: When is engagement critical?. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment, 17, 265-269.
To, P. T., & Grierson, D. (2019). An application of measuring visual and non-visual sensorial experiences of nature for children within primary school spaces Child–nature–distance case studies in Glasgow, Scotland. Journal Of Architectural Research.
Sahin, E., & Alici, S. (2019). An associational study on pre-service early childhood teachers' nature relatedness in education for sustainability. International Research In Geographical & Environmental Education, 28, 343 - 357.
Malandrakis, G., Papadopoulou, P., Gavrilakis, C., & Mogias, A. (2019). An education for sustainable development self-efficacy scale for primary pre-service teachers: construction and validation. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 50, 23 - 36.
Morales, N., & Jacobson, S. K. (2019). Assessing natural resource internships: A social cognitive analysis of national diversity programs. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 18, 96 - 112.
Hinds, J., & O'Malley, S. (2019). Assessing nature connection and wellbeing during an experiential environmental program. Children, Youth And Environments, 29, 92-107.
Krebs-Moberg, J., & Ormsby, A. (2019). Assessing the effectiveness of a community food security project for curriculum development. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 18, 128 - 139.
Yang, B. -Y., Zeng, Z. -W., Markevych, I., Bloom, M. S., Heinrich, J., Knibbs, L. D., et al. (2019). Association between greenness surrounding schools and kindergartens and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children in China. Jama Network Open, 2.
Cherrie, M. P. C., Shortt, N. K., Thompson, W., Deary, I. J., & Pearce, J. R. (2019). Association between the activity space exposure to parks in childhood and adolescence and cognitive aging in later life. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health.
Bølling, M., Niclasen, J., P, B., & Nielsen, G. (2019). Association of Education Outside the Classroom and pupils' psychosocial well-being: Results from a school year implementation. Journal Of School Health, 89, 210-218.
Verlie, B. (2019). Bearing worlds: learning to live-with climate change. Environmental Education Research, 25, 751 - 766.
Li, D., Chiang, Y. -C., Sang, H., & Sullivan, W. C. (2019). Beyond the school grounds: Links between density of tree cover in school surroundings and high school academic performance. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 38, 42-53.
Cantell, H., Tolppanen, S., Aarnio-Linnanvuori, E., & Lehtonen, A. (2019). Bicycle model on climate change education: presenting and evaluating a model. Environmental Education Research, 25, 717 - 731.
Browne, L. P., Gillard, A., & Garst, B. A. (2019). Camp as an institution of socialization: Past, present, and future. Journal Of Experiential Education.
Khan, M., McGeown, S., & Bell, S. (2019). Can an outdoor learning environment improve children's academic attainment? A quasi-experimental mixed methods study in Bangladesh. Environment And Behavior.
Mbah, M. (2019). Can local knowledge make the difference? Rethinking universities' community engagement and prospect for sustainable community development. The Journal Of Environmental Education, 50, 11 - 22.
Beery, T. H., & Lekies, K. S. (2019). Childhood collecting in nature: Quality experience in important places. Children's Geographies, 17, 118-131.
Taye, F. A., Abildtrup, J., Mayer, M., Scasny, M., Strange, N., & Lundhede, T. (2019). Childhood experience in forest recreation practices: Evidence from nine European countries. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 46.
Jensen, A. K., & Olsen, S. B. (2019). Childhood nature experiences and adulthood environmental preferences. Ecological Economics, 156, 48-56.
Mustapa, D., Maliki, Z., Aziz, F., & Hamzah, A. (2019). Children's direct and indirect experiences with nature and their connectedness to nature. Planning Malaysia, 17, 203-214.
Collado, S., & Sorrel, M. A. (2019). Children's environmental moral judgments: Variations according to type of victim and exposure to nature. Journal Of Environmental Psychology, 62, 42-48.
Nordbakke, S. (2019). Children's out-of-home leisure activities: Changes during the last decade in Norway. Children's Geographies, 17, 347-360.