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.
In this newsletter, read about Lela Ward’s work as an ESTF fellow that led her to have a deeper understanding of how to engage students in climate and environmental conversations and projects.
We’re celebrating Earth Day and National Poetry Month with a story by Emilie Lygren, outdoor science educator and poet, where she explains her deep connection with nature through writing.
In this newsletter, we share some of the great work Anaheim Unified School District is doing to educate students and families about environmental justice and climate change.
In this newsletter, we share our latest story out of the Climate Change and Environmental Justice Program! The Center for Ecoliteracy has been a leader in ecological education for over twenty-five years, nurturing student understanding of the food they eat in connection to the subjects they learn inside the classroom.
At Ten Strands, we care about uplifting the work that young people are doing to fight climate change in their communities. In this newsletter, we share a powerful story by Rishi Gurjar, the next installment in our Youth Voices series.
This week’s newsletter includes a story by our Climate Change and Environmental Justice Program (CCEJP) partner, EcoGovLab.
This week’s newsletter includes a story by Jeff Rivero, US history and digital media teacher at Yosemite High School in Merced, who advises Merced’s Junior Ambassadors in modeling California’s Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools (GRS) program to help the GTS project.