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Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Samsung has partnered with the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) for the Solve for Tomorrow Contest. Samsung and NAAEE encourage teams to commit to sustainability by using responsibly sourced materials to develop their prototypes. Enter the Samsung Solve…

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Making the Case for Children and Nature

The Children & Nature Network curates and summarizes peer-reviewed scientific literature to help build the evidence base for advancing the children and nature movement. RESEARCH LIBRARY RESEARCH DIGEST About the Children & Nature Network Nature has the power to make…

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Exploring Ocean Frontiers Educator Resources

Green Fire Productions has recently released a suite of secondary and post-secondary educator resources to accompany their 4-part film series, Ocean Frontiers. The films explore how unlikely allies – government, industry, science and conservation – are working together to find…

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Introducing Solar Access

The Massachusetts based non-profit, the Center for EcoTechnology recently launched a program called Solar Access aiming to expand access to affordable and renewable home heating and cooling systems for moderate-income homeowners across Massachusetts. The program is funded by the Mass…

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EE’s Big Night Out!

Join your colleagues and friends from across the environmental education sector for this fantastic evening event at Jack’s Abby Brewing in Framingham! The evening will begin with the MEES Annual Meeting where great minds will meet to discuss the future…

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The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change

It has been brought to the attention of the MEES Board that an effort to bring a high quality, science-based guide on climate change to schools across the U.S. is under way. From an article posted to TreeHugger.com: Provoked by questionable…

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