In this newsletter, learn how community-based organizations are key to building climate-resilient communities and environmentally literate students.
The California Environmental Literacy Initiative (CAELI), powered by Ten Strands, created the CAELI Partner Portal, a central directory of high-quality, environmental education programs (in-classroom, field-based, overnight, etc.) throughout California.
Earlier this week, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the final California State Budget for FY 2023-24 without critical investments that provide students with the opportunity to become climate and environmentally literate.
In this newsletter, the Mycelium Youth Network showcases how their work is rooted in context and knowledge of climate injustices so that students can take grassroots action in their communities.
The Mycelium Youth Network describes its work to prepare youth for the future of our climate with programming focused on “ancestrally-grounded, place-based climate resilience.”
Check out our newsletter featuring one group of young activists at Terra Linda High School participating in the Marin School of Environmental Leadership (MarinSEL), a program that creates learning opportunities where students produce measurable results and tangible changes as they grow in ownership and agency of their high school education experience.
Written by MarinSEL lead teacher Karen Madden, this story highlights the voices of high school junior CEOs in the program who create sustainable business ideas that focus on economy, equity, and the environment.
In this newsletter, read how Global Nomads Group brings together youth from all over the world to design curricula that are culturally relevant, capture Indigenous experiences and perspectives, and are accessible.