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

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). A part of NAAEE's and Cornell University’s EECapacity (Expanding Capacity in Environmental Education) project, these webinars support professional development, strengthen the field of environmental education, and share innovative practices from across the country and around the globe. Click here to learn more about the series and upcoming programs.






SEPTEMBER 28, 3:00pm eastern
Every Student Succeeds Act: Opportunities for EE 

NAAEE's Director of Advocacy and Affiliate Relations, Sarah Bodor, will speak about ESSA and opportunities it provides for the field of environmental education.  


AUGUST 31, 3:00pm eastern
Messages & Master Narratives: Kristen Grimm, Spitfire Strategies
Join NAAEE and Affiliate Name as we host the founder and president of Spitfire Strategies, Kristen Grimm. Kristen has extensive experience conceiving, implementing and managing communication strategies that create lasting social change.   Watch the recording here.


JULY 26, 3:00pm eastern
Cultivating Collective Impact
 “To be effective, collective impact must consider who is engaged, how they work together, and how progress happens.” You won’t want to miss hearing Dr. Nicole Ardoin, an assistant professor on a joint appointment with Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education and Woods Institute for the Environment, speak about the potential for cross-sector coordination to initiate large scale social change in Environmental Education.   Watch the recording here


JUNE 8, 3:00pm eastern
Building a Successful 21st Century EE Movement:
Accelerating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Join NEEEA and the NAAEE to explore diversity, equity, and inclusion in EE. We will host a panel of experts on diversity and inclusion in environmental movements including Darryl-Ramos Young, Audrey Peterman, Iantha Gantt-Wright, and Marcelo Bonta. Each panelist will discuss his/her experiences in progressing diversity and equity in specific contexts as well as important next steps for continuing to grow as a diverse and inclusive field. A Q&A session follows the discussion.   Watch the recording here.