In Christchurch, New Zealand, the city implemented a recycling scheme modeled on rewards. The plan involves placing a large gold star on the curbside wheelie bins of successful recyclers, and removes the bins of those who repeatedly fail to recycle properly. The percentage of recycling trucks able to head to the sorters is now nearing 80%.
This article disseminates the partial results of doctoral research where the curricular analysis of the official Program of Sciences of Basic Education in Costa Rica was carried out. The analysis established categories of analysis to determine the link between climate change issues and risk management, mainly hydro-climatic risks, for which it was supported theoretically by the NAAEE environmental literacy framework.
To continue innovating and increasing representation and transparency, in fall 2020, an NAAEE Affiliate Network 2.0 working group was established and resourced with a facilitation team to conduct a collaborative three-month design sprint imagining 2021, and beyond the documents below are the deliverables and reports from this work.
This podcast edition of Talk of Iowa explores what is nature-based learning and why it's valuable. On this podcast edition of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe speaks with teachers from nature-based schools.
Winter is an excellent season for owling, and this family-friendly article covers the "How," "What," "When," "Where," and "Hooo" for how to enjoy owling in a considerate and cautious way. If the EE program you're involved with provides resources to families, this may be a great link to share out.
Recent article published in the Parks Stewardship Forum addressing how racism in outdoor spaces have affected communities of color in the United States. Included are recommendations for justice-aligned programming in nature.
New multilingual edition of the Academic Network on Global Education & Learning's Digest series covers academic and research materials relevant to the field of global education published recently in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
If you are not sure how to help transgender and nonbinary students and their families in Texas, Florida, or nationally, or just want to learn more, the resources in this list below can help to expand your knowledge and plan your path forward to a more just and sustainable future for everyone.