Conclusion without significant impact (FONSI) published published information The environmental analysis (EA) for the relocation of Stehekin Valley Road at Mile 5.5 has been completed and a finding of no significant impact (FONSI) has been issued. FONSI documents the determination of the National Park Service (NPS) that no significant impactRead More →

The Udall Foundation recognized three Yale undergraduates for their commitment to careers in tribal public policy, the environment or indigenous health care, as well as for their leadership potential and academic achievements. Sophomore Joe Boland was named 2021 Udall Fellow in the Tribal Public Policy category; junior Abey Philip receivedRead More →

1 / 3 Olivia Lott, STEM Environmental Specialist at Shadow Valley Elementary School in Ogden, talks to students about a sixth grade battery-powered vehicle at the school completed on Thursday, April 22, 2021. The school was designated the one of 27 Green Ribbon schools nationwide by the United States DepartmentRead More →

April 15, 2021 3 ASU humanities faculties share their thoughts on creating a more sustainable future From food insecurity to the collapse of biodiversity, the field of environmental humanities tackles broad issues from an interdisciplinary perspective, aiming to connect two traditionally separate fields. “The environmental humanities are invaluable because theyRead More →

The Huntsville Botanical Garden wants to help families show their love for the planet with special Environmental Education Week programming. From April 19-23, Environmental Education Week is the perfect way to celebrate both Earth Day and Arbor Day with the kids. Environmental Education Week Activities at the Huntsville Botanical GardenRead More →

A central Maine college that recently announced plans to permanently transition to blended learning is now expanding to southern Maine with the launch of an environmental education program at the Pineland Farms campus in New Gloucester . Unity College on Tuesday announced plans for the Environmental Professions Technical Institute, whichRead More →

UCLA environmental law and climate change experts have seen positive developments under President Joe Biden. Now, halfway through his first 100 days, they are weighing in on what his administration has already accomplished and watching closely what to come. Professors from the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLARead More →

A competitive research grant program has selected eight projects that will study water quality and other aspects of the Long Island Strait. The program, Long Island Sound Study, is funded by federal and state funds through a joint effort of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Connecticut Sea Grant,Read More →

As countries continue to grapple with the aftermath of a global pandemic, the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) will meet virtually from February 22-23. At its fifth session, UNEA – the world’s highest environmental decision-making body – will bring together ministers and policy makers representing 193 member states as wellRead More →

Environmental pressures may have led humans to become more tolerant and friendly of each other, as the need to share food and raw materials became mutually beneficial, a new study suggests. This behavior was not an inevitable natural progression, but subjected to ecological pressures, concludes the study of the UniversityRead More →

Did you know that regional parks provide environmental education to elementary school students in Sonoma County? While we can’t get together for face-to-face classes at this time, students can still have fun exploring nature in our new virtual tours, which we’ve expanded to include two favorites: “Only Rain Down theRead More →

The citizen science association Delta Environment is in the process of establishing a new endowment at the Rochester Institute of Technology to create an environmental education program at RIT’s Tait reserve. Through the Wayne Harris Delta Environmental Education Endowment Fund, RIT will continue Delta’s mission by incorporating environmental programs andRead More →

At the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Women’s Health Research Office 30th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, held on December 15, 2020, NIEHS Acting Deputy Director Gwen Collman, Ph.D., and Senior Public Health Advisor John Balbus, MD, presented innovative results in environmental health . Part of the Office of the Director ofRead More →

Todd Radenbaugh was known for his tenacity and boundless enthusiasm for education and the environment—someone who tackled global issues through community action. “Sustainability starts at the local level. And sustainability has to stay local. And sustainability has to use both science and local culture,” Radenbaugh said, speaking to KDLG lastRead More →

Fadekemi Ajakaiye The Oando Foundation (OF), an independent charity, has launched a project to promote environmental education and sustainable action for students in target schools and host communities in Lagos State with the support of Sumitomo Chemical, a Japanese chemical company. NCF said in a statement that Sumitomo Chemical, JapanRead More →

How the Eco Ambassador Program Transforms Environmental Education by Center for Sustainable Development |September 24, 2020 In September 2019, many eco-ambassadors took part in a “Fridays for Future” strike at the Bauer Center, Millburn, NJ. Photo: Radhika Iyengar Two and a half years ago, Columbia University’s Center for Sustainable DevelopmentRead More →

ULM Marketing and Communication Office | Monroe News-Star Joydeep Bhattacharjee, Ph.D., professor of biology at Louisiana Monroe University, received an environmental education grant from the EPA. The $133,720 grant will address local environmental issues through educational and stewardship activities using action-oriented research. It has been more than 15 years sinceRead More →

Since the onset of Covid-19, the shift to virtual learning has certainly upended education everywhere. And environmental education may have suffered further damage, given the importance of experiencing nature first-hand. That said, e-learning could also offer new avenues for raising awareness, potentially enabling even more people to access vital environmentalRead More →

Washington University in St. Louis now offers an environmental analysis major through the Environmental studies Arts & Sciences program. The interdisciplinary major is a response to the global demand for environmental and sustainability experts who can think critically, communicate clearly, and solve problems collaboratively with their communities. “When you lookRead More →

Environmental education has been one of Armenia Tree Project’s main programs for the past 15 years. So when schools closed and people started following social distancing norms to prevent the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, the organization quickly shifted gears. In Armenia and the Diaspora, the ATP had an ambitiousRead More →

When it comes to talking about the importance of environmental education, students often remain confused because they don’t actually know how an environmental science degree can benefit them. If you are currently studying biology, chemistry or another similar subject, you may develop an interest in environmental science in the monthsRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — As methods to help mitigate climate change continue to develop, two Penn State researchers have studied teachers’ beliefs and practices about environmental issues and theorized a design for social studies that focuses on “earth society”, not just human society. Mark Kissling, assistant professor in the DepartmentRead More →

Vast majority of prospective international students think universities aren’t doing enough to be eco-friendly, new research finds QSa global leader in higher education providing university rankings and solutions for student recruitment, retention and international relations. The unique survey of over 3,500 respondents from around the world found that over 90%Read More →

Member’s name and constituency Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, Nee Soon RCMP Question To ask the Minister of Education (a) what are the current efforts to integrate environmental education into our education system; and (b) whether the ministry will consider working with environmental groups to create a standardized environmental educationRead More →

(NASA) Note: An updated version of this article posted on April 21, 2020 is available here. The 1970s were an important time for American environmentalism. Congress passed the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act, President Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency, and the nation celebrated its firstRead More →

No question demonstrates the importance of global competence more than that of the environment; our survival depends on how the world works together to tackle the issues of global warming, food security and water security. As we celebrate National Environmental Education Week, Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Director of Education, Global Oneness ProjectsharesRead More →