2020 Ocean Awareness Contest
Theme | Climate Hope: Transforming Crisis
Students are invited to create visual art (any medium), poetry, prose, music, film, or interactive and multimedia that explores the climate crisis, its impact on oceans, and the role of hope in creating transformation at personal, local, national, or global scales.
-Open to middle and high school students ages 11-18 worldwide
Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs is a Boston-based nonprofit that activates the next wave of ocean leaders through the arts, science, and advocacy, and provides a space for students to connect, create, and communicate for our blue planet.
The Squam Lakes Association is posting videos, photos, activities, games, and prompts that inspire people to engage with, learn about, and explore a variety of nature topics. A place to connect and share ideas! The SLA adds content to this webpage frequently so bookmark it and check back often.
Thank you to everyone who joined the New Hampshire Environmental Educator’s first Zoom Conversation, “Bringing EE Online: Connecting Teachers and Environmental Educators,” on 4/9/20. Just in case you missed the meeting you can still read the notes and check out some of the great resources that were shared.
PLT is committed to supporting educators in their transition to remote instruction amid school closures to slow the spread of COVID-19 and are encouraging the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by offering 50% off all online trainings with e-curriculum for educators.
Enter the code EARTHDAY50 at checkout to receive 50% off:
March 12, 3 PM ET
Join NAAEE for the second half of this eeINSPIRE webinar with Queta González from the Center for Diversity & the Environment and Marcelo Bonta from J.E.D.I. Heart. They will continue the conversation on concepts, and practice approaches and actions to support workplace inclusion.
Click here to register today!
Antioch University New England will host three In Bloom conferences this spring on Saturdays a month apart.
Every person has a right to live in a healthy community, where there are opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive. In reality, vast disparities exist across communities in access and outcomes related to health, education, and the environment. Even where there should be a level playing field or common ground —like in the outdoors—these disparities exist.