This report provides the latest information on the multiple effects of climate change on mental health, the structural inequities that lead to some populations bearing greater impacts, and how people think about and respond to climate change.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we share the “final” iteration of the 2022-2025 Affiliate Network Work Plan. This plan is a result of several years of work culminating in a facilitated process to create strategies and tactics to help us reach the Network Goals established last year. This post contains a copy of the work plan, the launch webinar recording, and copies of the slides from the webinar for Affiliates to use.
Read an analysis of the challenges and impacts of moving post-secondary education online, written by environmental education instructors and members of the Higher Education eePRO group, Bryan H. Nichols, Susan Caplow, Rebecca L. Franzen, Lucy R. McClain, Lisa Pennisi & Jennifer L. Tarlton.
Conservation Optimism teamed up with the Whitley Fund for Nature to create a new toolkit full of tips and knowledge from Whitley Award winners to give budding conservationists the encouragement they need to make a difference for nature.
Systems thinking is a very powerful tool that can help us understand and teach about environmental issues. None of us naturally know about or practice systems thinking. A short video and two articles (one for educators, other for students/public) illustrate systems thinking in diverse contexts and highlight the very important concept of "emergent system properties." Visit https://drartscience.com/blog
Resumen del artículo, "Gestión de Riesgos de Desastres: Competencias para una Nueva Cultura Hidroambiental," que investiga metodologías y recursos didácticos para una nueva cultura hidroambiental en estudiantes y docentes costarricenses.
Research summary of study "Disaster Risk Management: Competencies for a New Hydro-Environmental Culture," which investigated methodologies and teaching resources for a new hydro-environmental culture for Costa Rican students and teachers.