(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 →

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 →

About 25 people attended a Hubbard County Democratic-Farmer-Worker (DFL) caucus at Park Rapids High School on Tuesday. The meeting was open to residents of Park Rapids and the townships of Arago, Clay, Clover, Henrietta, Hubbard, Lake Alice, Lake Emma, ​​Straight River and Todd. Other towns and villages in Hubbard CountyRead More →

Cities are tackling environmental issues with mandates for digital twins, climate research and bee bricks +5 bee bricks. Image courtesy of Green&Blue Brighton Council in the UK has passed a planning condition which makes it mandatory to include bee bricks or fast boxes for all new buildings over five metersRead 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 →

Cybersecurity, supply chain disruptions and resilience, and environmental issues dominate two key reports released last week. The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report and Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE’s 2022 Risk Barometer also note the interconnectedness of risks and the continued influence on other risks of the COVID-19 pandemic,Read More →

ANDERSON — Environmental groups hoping to see meaningful legislative action on issues ranging from coal ash regulation to wetland management may be disappointed when the General Assembly closes its abbreviated session in mid-March. Lawmakers from both parties as well as representatives from several conservation groups expressed moderate expectations for mostRead More →

Pacific silver | Economy | South East Asia The first version of the bloc’s classification system would facilitate investments in environmentally sustainable activities, but human rights are not yet on the table. Gardens by the Bay, Singapore with an artificial grove of supertrees as a vertical garden. Credit: Depositphotos AdvertisingRead More →

Enforcing environmental reforms in the agriculture and livestock sector can alienate the farming community, putting political pressure on India’s environmental commitments | Representative image: Getty The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), in Glasgow, has launched discussions to tackle the long ignored impacts of climate change. The GlasgowRead More →

UK100 explains why local authorities are best placed to deal with environmental issues. Local authorities across the country have shown bold leadership in setting Net Zero goals that are decades ahead of national law, but sustainable delivery can only happen if government relinquishes its powers and responsibilities. finances. Councils haveRead More →

UK100 explains why local authorities are best placed to deal with environmental issues. Local authorities across the country have shown bold leadership in setting Net Zero goals that are decades ahead of national law, but sustainable delivery can only happen if government relinquishes its powers and responsibilities. finances. Councils haveRead More →

Read: 46% of U.S. employers offer workplace trauma assistance In a crisis, it’s important to know what kind of support employees need, as everyone’s circumstances may be different, whether it’s inquiring about their housing situation, whether their families are safe, or if they need help connecting to emergency services, GarabaRead 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 →

Prince Charles Credit: Bang Showbiz Prince Charles believes private companies “hold the key” to the fight against climate change. The 72-year-old royal believes there is an “overwhelming responsibility” to “these unborn generations” to tackle the environmental crisis and he called on governments to engage more with the private sector andRead 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 →

State Senator James Sanders Jr. received a perfect score of 100% for his voting record for positive environmental issues based on a scoreboard from the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV), a non-partisan advocacy group. The annual scorecard, which was released on September 21, 2021, examines how legislators inRead More →

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (October 15, 2021, 12:26 p.m. EDT) – As Georgia’s population continues to grow, environmental issues including water use, environmental justice and tensions between rural and urban interests , will also gain importance. Peach State grew by more than one million people between 2010 and 2020, largelyRead More →

Region 10 press releases October 6, 2021 The United States Environmental Protection Agency has announced that funding of up to $ 3 million for local environmental education grants is now available under the 2021 Local Environmental Education Grants program. EPA will award grants in each of the 10 EPA regions,Read More →

Bae, Kim & Lee Expert Advisor Lee Yeon-woo As regulatory and stakeholder issues escalate around environmental, social and governance factors, companies must now monitor the associated risks more strategically. Unfortunately, ESG issues are sensitive to public choice, rely on materiality based on future scenarios and require longer time horizons. Thus,Read More →

US Senator Chuck Schumer said: “In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, I fought for billions of dollars in federal investments in green and resilient infrastructure across New York State, including $ 125 million in prevention efforts. flooding of the Mill River watershed. This center for environmental education and resilience isRead More →

Sierra Club’s national magazine, “Sierra Magazine,” recently announced the University of Massachusetts Amherst as one of the top 20 environmentally friendly higher education institutions in North America. Picture UMass, ranked 18 out of 328, is among those who “have demonstrated a deep and comprehensive commitment to tackle climate change, protectRead More →

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have captured the attention of investors over the past decade and the pandemic has only accelerated the trend. ESG is now at the forefront of positive change. Investors are focusing more on better management of significant exposures to environmental, social and ESG risks andRead More →

The new EH MATTERS Fellowship gives students from underrepresented groups the opportunity to conduct research on environmental health and safety issues. [3¾ min read] Tim Saunders (left) and Leon Zhu gain experience in environmental health research through their Fellowships in Environmental Health Methodology, Training and Education (EH MATTERS). (Photos: CourtesyRead More →

SINGAPORE – The average Singaporean is very aware of environmental issues, sometimes adopting many green practices, and championing some of these issues and practices to friends and family. These are the conclusions of a climate index launched Tuesday, August 17 by OCBC Bank in partnership with Eco-Business, a media andRead More →

The positions of the parties on the environment and climate change were in the spotlight Wednesday evening during an electoral debate in Halifax. Candidates representing Greens, Liberals, Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats touted their party’s platforms at an Ecology Action Center event and answered questions on some of the mostRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →