OUR MISSION
In order to help create a more sustainable future for all Maine communities,
the Maine Environmental Education Association uses the power of education to advance environmental literacy and civic engagement
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Monthly Webinars

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.  .Bringing New Ideas and Innovation to the Field of EE

MEEA is co-hosting a series of monthly webinars with the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). These hour-long webinars are on key topics for environmental education professionals that will help raise the bar on the quality of EE programs, expand the scope and reach of these programs, social movements, and improve the way we communicate about our field.  

Click here to learn more and register for upcoming webinars

 

 

Wednesday, September 6, 2017, 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Biodiversity Around the World

We will hear from Dr. Eric Dinerstein, Director of WildTech and the Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions Program at RESOLVE, an independent nonprofit organization building strong, enduring solutions to environmental, social, and health challenges and helping community, business, government, and NGO leaders get results and create lasting relationships through collaboration. 

 

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 RECORDINGS OF PREVIOUS WEBINARS:

 

People-Powered Impacts: Using Citizen Science to Change the World
Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Hear from Mary Ford (National Geographic) and Danny Edelson (BSCS) who will share their expertise in using citizen science to promote learning and increase our impact.

Watch the recording here.

 

 

Social Movements in EE: What's the Connection?
Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Political scientist and faculty director at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Dr. Hahrie Han runs the P3 lab, which examines the way civic and political organizations can make the participation of ordinary people Possible, Probable, and Powerful. Hahrie and the P3 lab study civic and political engagement, collective action, social change, and democratic revitalization, particularly as it pertains to environmental politics and social policy issues.

Watch the recording here.

 

Introducing NAAEE's Guidelines for Excellence in Community Engagement
Tuesday, May 9, 2017

National Project for Excellence in EE’s Director Bora Simmons, and NAAEE Guidelines Writing Team Leader Michele Archie provide a personal introduction to NAAEE’s just-published Community Engagement: Guidelines for Excellence that helps you discover why and how these latest guidelines were developed and take a virtual walk through their various components.

Watch the recording here

  

Click here to lean more about and see previous webinars in the series.

 

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