Educators were invited to the CEU Environmental Workshop by the Lafayette County Soil and Water Conservation District. There will be a teacher’s workshop in Lafayette County this summer for teachers to learn about “The ABCs of Environmental Education.” The workshop is looking for K-12 teachers who would like to learnRead More →

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced that a total of $632,897 in environmental grant funds have been awarded to 63 projects statewide, 50 of which engage youth and adults living and/or working in areas of environmental justice. Grants have been awarded to schools, institutions, conservation districts, and environmental andRead More →

Educators, nonprofits highlight successes, raise awareness of challenges Colorado Department of Transportation assistant superintendent of maintenance John Palmer, right, and CDOT survey coordinator Dave Seiler pick up trash on U.S. Highway 550 just north of Durango on Tuesday. A crew of about 15 CDOT employees cleaned up a 2-mile stretchRead More →

Easter Arts and Crafts at the Botanical Garden. CHILDREN hopped into the Botanical Gardens to participate in Easter-inspired arts and crafts activities during a fun guided workshop on April 9. The event was a fundraiser for the Environmental Education Garden project – a collaboration between the Botanical Gardens and ProsperRead More →

In honor of Earth Day 2022, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and Amazon have partnered to award $100,000 to enterprising local groups with programs supporting environmental education in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. IECF Environmental Micro-Grants Program, with rewards ranging from $7,500 to $10,000, was made possible with funding fromRead More →

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that a total of $632,897 in environmental grant funds has been awarded to 63 projects, 50 of which engage youth and adults living or working in areas of environmental justice. Grants have been awarded to schools, institutions, conservationRead More →

Norristown, Pennsylvania – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that a total of $632,897 in environmental grants has been awarded to 63 projects, 50 of which engage youth and adults living and/or working in areas of environmental justice. Grants have been awarded to schools, institutions, conservationRead More →

Environmental and climate change education program completed The curriculum for the environmental and climate change education course, which will be taught on an optional basis in secondary schools from next year, has been completed by the Ministry of National Education. The name of the environmental education course applied in primaryRead More →

Published 11 hours ago Proposed by duke energy 12 organizations from southwestern Ohio to northern Kentucky received $150,000 in grants. The funding supports programs focused on closing achievement gaps while advancing energy, engineering, and environmental education. Grants a portion of Duke Energy’s multi-million dollar annual philanthropic investments in local initiatives.Read More →

The environmental practices children adopt, the environmentally friendly decisions they witness, and the time they spend learning to love and appreciate the outdoors will shape their future. Air and water pollution, global warming, smog, rising sea levels, melting glaciers and deforestation are some of the environmental concerns facing humanity today.Read More →

A Santa Barbara County nonprofit environmental association tackles air pollution and environmental justice issues in North County farming communities. The Community Environmental Council (CEC) recently received a $300,000 grant to monitor and share findings on air pollution, wildfire smoke, and pesticide exposure at the neighborhood level in Guadalupe and throughoutRead More →

Reading, Pennsylvania – Education Secretary Dr. Noe Ortega visited the Reading School District today to highlight the district’s efforts in environmental education programs and to advocate for increased investment in the education of Kindergarten to Grade 12 across the Commonwealth. “With Earth Day fast approaching, there has never been aRead More →

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Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center / Marble Fairbanks Architects © Michael Moran/OTTO + 21 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/979294/greenpoint-library-and-environmental-education-center-marble-fairbanks-architects Region Area of ​​this architecture project Region : 15256 ft² Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2020 Photographs Manufacturers Marks withRead More →

Mass communications specialist and filmmaker Alexis Yahre premiered his award-winning film “Nature’s Secrets: Florida State Parks” at the Gasparilla International Film Festival on March 13. SPECIAL AT THE ORACLE Driven to raise awareness about environmental conservation in Florida’s state parks, mass communications specialist and filmmaker Alexis Yahre knew she wantedRead More →

See full picture Fifth grade classes at Bijou Elementary School prepare to take the tram to the top of Heavenly. Photo credit: TRPA See full picture The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science teaches students about winter adaptations of animals. Photo credit: TRPA. See full picture John Littleton, Sierra Avalanche Center,Read More →

AskHRgreen.org, a Hampton Roads environmental education initiative, recently honored 10 area teachers with Green Star awards to commemorate the organization’s 10th anniversary. Among those recognized is Pamela Hall, a science, technology, engineering and math teacher at Carrollton Elementary School. Each teacher will receive a monetary prize of $1,000 to beRead More →

The Nigeria Conservation Foundation (NCF) has started involving schools across the country in art and essay competitions to promote environmental education. The Lekki Conservation Centre, headquarters of the NCF in Lagos Mr. Oladapo Soneye, Head of Communications, NGF revealed this in a statement made available to EnviroNews in Lagos. SoneyeRead More →

Williamsport, Pennsylvania — Students can take environmental education classes while experiencing the environment firsthand through the Floating Classroom Series hosted by the Middle Susquehanna River Association. Classes will be held on the Hiawatha Riverboat and will feature guest speakers on the theme of the Susquehanna River. The first four ofRead More →

12 organizations from southwestern Ohio to northern Kentucky received $150,000 in grants. The funding supports programs focused on closing achievement gaps while advancing energy, engineering, and environmental education. Grants a portion of Duke Energy’s multi-million dollar annual philanthropic investments in local initiatives.Read More →

More than 170 schools bordering Kenya’s major water towers have adopted a bespoke curriculum that integrates conservation into the regular curriculum. The move aims to preserve the water towers. Schools bordering Mau Eburu, South West Mau Forest, Aberdares and Mount Kenya Forests incorporate the pioneering curriculum which covers soil conservation,Read More →

(File photo) MANILA – UniTeam senatorial candidate Harry Roque would push for environmental education for kindergarten through elementary school students to develop a sense of environmental responsibility. Roque said students need to be knowledgeable about the major environmental issues facing the world so they can develop critical and creative thinking.Read More →

By ROB SMITH/ecoRI News Team PROVIDENCE — A bill that would introduce climate change education resources into Rhode Island classrooms is being met with support, though critics say it would overburden already stressed teachers. Representative Terri Cortvriend, D-Portsmouth, and Senator Valerie Lawson, D-East Providence, introduced the Climate Literacy Act (H7275/S2039)Read More →

The Hanover–Caroline Soil and Water Conservation District recently named Robin Didlake as District Environmental Education Teacher of the Year. The agency is thrilled to announce that she has also been selected as one of two Environmental Education Teachers of the Year for Virginia. Didlake has been a teacher in VirginiaRead More →

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With an increasing emphasis on environmental protection and activism, the Richmond School District recently introduced its new five-year sustainability and climate action plan. In the end, the objective is simple: “We want to make waste socially unacceptable in the neighborhood,” explains Jonathan Ho, responsible for energy and sustainable development inRead More →

KARACHI: WWF-Pakistan has signed a memorandum of understanding with Novumpack for corporate sustainability and is collaborating in environmental education campaigns, WWF-Pakistan announced on Wednesday. As the largest non-profit organization working in environmental and nature conservation in Pakistan, WWF-Pakistan strives to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and buildRead More →

The past 18 months have been filled with hopes, dreams and challenges, heavily impacted by the historic viral pandemic. It became evident during this time, perhaps more than ever before, that people regard parks and natural areas as essential to their lives. People have shown a new appreciation for natureRead More →

SUMMIT-TRIBUNE STAFF It started with an email and ended with a generous donation of over $30,000 to the Friends of Winnebago County Conservation Foundation. Ultimately, the donation will be used by the Foundation to facilitate construction of the future Winnebago County Environmental Education Center, north of Leland. On October 24,Read More →

RICHMOND, Va., January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation recently awarded $1.5 million in environmental stewardship grants to support 115 community organizations in 10 states that work to create a cleaner, greener world and teach citizens young and old how to take better care of the outdoors.Read More →

Loveland needs volunteers for the environmental education programs offered by the Open Lands and Trails service to students in the Thompson School District. Michele Van Hare, environmental education coordinator, said the department needs 45 volunteers to rebuild a program that offers field trips to students at River’s Edge Nature Area,Read More →

South Africa has a long history of environmental education, with wildlife conservation taking the lion’s share in private institutions outside the formal school system. But that changed in post-apartheid education policy when the Constitution guaranteed citizens the right to a healthy and safe environment. South Africa’s curriculum integrates environmental educationRead More →

Woodland Regional Park Reserve will soon have new developments underway with the town’s new lease agreement with Tuleyome – a non-profit conservation organization based in Woodland – for the improvement and operation of a recreation center. environmental education on part of the reserve. Sandra Schubert, executive director of Tuleyome, explainedRead More →

Bees are leading the way when it comes to educating locals about the environment in Queenstown. Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham Farrelly Bee The Change is an initiative that allows local businesses to sponsor beehives across the city, including the Queenstown Botanical Gardens, a Wakatipu reforestation plantation and the QueenstownRead More →

DS Smith continued its environmental education project with schools in Zărnești in partnership with the Brașov County School Inspectorate. The educational project, launched last year, aims to familiarize school students with concepts such as recycling, environmental protection and the importance of a circular economy. More than 570 children participated DueRead More →

The Baker Creek Enhancement Society closed a busy final half of 2020 by releasing its vacation package. Available at learn.bakercreek.org, the Nature-Themed Winter Activities Package covers topics such as winter birding and zero waste gift wrap. Amanda Vibert works at the Society. She said that while the company has managedRead More →

CHARLES TOWN – The Potomac Valley Audubon Society is recruiting for two full-time 6-month positions at AmeriCorps starting in March 2022 and ending in late August. One will focus on the implementation of PVAS educational programs for youth, and the other will focus on conservation initiatives and land management inRead More →

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail OUR GRANT OPPORTUNITIES: Youth Today’s grant listings are carefully curated for our subscribers working in youth-related industries. Subscribers will find opportunities for local, regional, state and federal grants. PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT: Environmental Education, K-12, Civic Engagement Deadline: February 25 Thanks forRead More →

WAPPINGERS FALLS – New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced the restoration and improvement of an accessible trail at the Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center in Wappingers Falls in Dutchess County. The half-mile Woodland Trail was destroyed by a microburst in May 2018, andRead More →

NEEF is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Robert D. Bullard of Texas Southern University, Sally Cole of Apple, Arturo Garcia-Costas of the New York Community Trust and Omar Mitchell of the National Hockey League to its board of directors. WASHINGTON, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – TheRead More →

WASHINGTON, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members to its Board of Directors. “We are delighted to welcome this group of talented and accomplished individuals to the NEEF Board of Directors,” said NEEF ChairmanRead More →

Trail improves access to natural resources in the Hudson Valley and provides new educational opportunities for visitors New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the restoration and improvement of an accessible trail at the Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center in Wappingers Falls inRead More →

A handful of Westmoreland Cleanways and Recycling employees are busy sorting and stacking unwanted items that customers bring in for reprocessing elsewhere into new products. Invisible behind a screen of vegetation, a much greater force is also at work – turning nectar into honey. Five beehives, each containing tens ofRead More →

Mandy Kern is left, Onlaee Nicklin (middle) is illustrator and publisher Tracy Million-Simmons with Meadowlark Press (right). FHSU University Relations A staff member at Fort Hays State University has been recognized by the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education for overcoming the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic on environmentalRead More →

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02/11/21 HAYS, Kan. – A Fort Hays State University staff member has been recognized by the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education (KACEE) for overcoming the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic in environmental protection. environmental education. Mandy Kern, Program Specialist at FHSU’s Kansas Wetlands Education Center (KWEC) near GreatRead More →

Principals and educators across the country want to be heard about the change in the way environmental education is delivered in schools right now. This comes in the context of the 26th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) being hosted by the UK from Sunday. RepresentativesRead More →

The 26th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) hosted by the United Kingdom begins on Sunday (representative) Image Credit: Shutterstock New Delhi: As countries prepare to participate in climate negotiations at United Nations conference in Glasgow, educators and school principals in India call for reforms toRead More →

A collection of local organizations working together as Greater Victoria NatureHood have won a national conservation award for their efforts as stewards of the environment. Each year, Nature Canada recognizes exemplary organizations and individuals with awards for their hard work and contributions to the shared protection and restoration of nature,Read More →

A collection of local organizations working together as Greater Victoria NatureHood have won a national conservation award for their efforts as stewards of the environment. Each year, Nature Canada recognizes exemplary organizations and individuals with awards for their hard work and contributions to the shared protection and restoration of nature,Read More →

A collection of local organizations working together as Greater Victoria NatureHood have won a national conservation award for their efforts as stewards of the environment. Each year, Nature Canada recognizes exemplary organizations and individuals with awards for their hard work and contributions to the shared protection and restoration of nature,Read More →

A collection of local organizations working together as Greater Victoria NatureHood have won a national conservation award for their efforts as stewards of the environment. Each year, Nature Canada recognizes exemplary organizations and individuals with awards for their hard work and contributions to the shared protection and restoration of nature,Read More →

A collection of local organizations working together as Greater Victoria NatureHood have won a national conservation award for their efforts as environmental stewards. Each year, Nature Canada honors exemplary organizations and individuals with awards for their hard work and contributions to the shared protection and restoration of nature, through theirRead More →

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail OUR GRANT OPPORTUNITIES: Youth Today’s grant listings are carefully curated for our subscribers working in youth-related industries. Subscribers will find local, state, regional and national grant opportunities. THE PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT: Environmental education, Education, Civic engagement, Employment / Career Thanks forRead More →