Youth, Education for Sustainable Development and Resilience

Online Workshop #3: 12 November 14:00 GMT+1 (Paris time) Youth, Education for Sustainable Development and resilience: empowered young people mobilizing beyond the crisis SAVE THE DATE for the third online workshop: 12 November 2020, 14:00 GMT+1 (Paris time) The COVID-19 crisis is only one of many...

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One Earth Award

Sponsored by the One Earth Fund and the Salamander Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation, the One Earth Award offers $1,000 scholarships for four students whose works address the pressing issue of human-caused climate change. All students in grades 7–12 (ages 13 and up) are eligible to...

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PSU’s Emerging Sustainability Leaders Program

Former ISS Student Fellows program transitions to the SSC as the Emerging Sustainability Leaders program Dear Sustainability Community and PSU Students, Faculty & Staff, Since the Fall of 2016, the Institute for Sustainable Solutions (ISS) Student Fellows Program has had a significant impact...

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Youth: Intergenerational Advisory Committee

North America consultation: call for International Advisory Committee nominations The Children’s Environmental Rights Initiative (CERI) – a global coalition operating under the auspices of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment – is partnering with the David Suzuki...

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8th Grade Science Days

We are happy to present NOAA Boulder’s  2020 Virtual 8th Grade Science Days, an indepth look at our science. Kids will have the ability to put on their science caps and spend time in the shoes of scientists studying anything from the floor of the ocean to the surface of the sun.  For over 10 years...

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Is It Hot Enough For Ya?

We recently launched our new series “Is It Hot Enough For Ya?”, a weekly multi-generational conversation about climate change, intersectionality, and activism. Join us tomorrow, October 8th for our next episode at 3pm PT/ 6pm ET. If you missed last week’s episode and this is all new to...

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Nature-Based Early Learning Conference

The largest national gathering of nature-based early education professionals is moving online this year—more content, lower cost, lower carbon footprint. All presentations are now available on THIS website.

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Youth Have Power: Plugging Into Climate Action

DIFFERENT TIMES, DIFFERENT EVENT. Join The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program for an exciting new event series – Youth Have Power: Plugging Into Climate Action. Youth Have Power is a flexible, 3 month menu of events for high school students to learn about climate change, decide how to take...

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ENOUGH 2020: RECLAIMING OUR FUTURE

In 2020, young people have had ENOUGH. Enough delays. Enough denial. Enough theft of our future. This year, our votes and our voices will be enough to demand climate action from our leaders—or we’ve had enough of them too. On September 22nd, National Voter Registration Day, youth are coming...

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