Content of the article An outdoor educational facility for children has received a $50,000 boost. Content of the article Nature’s Calling Environmental Education in St. Williams recently received the donation from Scott and Dana Booth, former owners of Booth’s Harbor Marina. “When I heard about Nature’s Calling environmental education, I
Green Lakes State Park Environmental Education Center. (PHOTO CREDIT: BEARDSLEY ARCHITECTS + ENGINEERS) MANLIUS, NY – Beardsley Architects + Engineers recently announced that the Green Lakes State Park Environmental Education Center in the town of Manlius has been selected by AIA Central New York for an award of merit AIA
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 Queenstown
By Niva Chittock from RNZ Bees lead the way when it comes to educating locals about the environment in Queenstown. Bee The Change is an initiative that allows local businesses to sponsor beehives in the city, including the Queenstown Botanical Gardens, a Wakatipu reforestation plantation and the Queenstown Golf Club.
The results of a student-led survey suggest that teens in Alberta want to know more about climate change in school. In the spring of 2021, the Alberta Youth Leaders for Environmental Education (AYLEE) – a group of students in grades 7 to 12 working to advance environmental education and climate
To achieve Net Zero 2050, the building blocks of Social transformation must be in place now, and one of the main pillars of these building blocks is environmental education. Carbon emissions should be something that becomes paramount in our daily routines if we are truly to bring about a change
MEB adds climate change to environmental education curriculum It has been decided by the Ministry of National Education that the elective course “environmental education” in two levels of secondary schools will be implemented under the name “Environmental education and climate change” in three levels at starting next year. In his
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 Due