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The New Hampshire Environmental Educators and the New England Environmental Education Alliance are thrilled to host Climate of Change - the 2015 New England Environmental Education Conference on Sunday - Tuesday, November 8-10, 2015.
The climate around us is changing, but not just the Earth's climate. Environmental education is also in a state of flux in response to changes in formal education, social engagement, energy and communications. At Climate of Change we will bring together scientists, communications experts, educators, students and others to to discuss and share ideas around four key strands:
- Climate Change
- The Changing Climate of Environmental Education
- The Evolution of the Environmental Movement
- Environmental Challenges of Today and Tomorrow
Where did we come from, and where are we going? Which strategies can we celebrate and which need improvement?
Join us in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire
November 8 - 10, 2015
Nestled within 770,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest, with 360-degree mountain views, Waterville Valley Resort is an ideal setting for the
Climate of Change Conference.
The New England Environmental Education Alliance (NEEEA) has a 46-year history of leading, convening, and advancing environmental education in New England. The Alliance comprises the six professional environmental education associations in New England
- Connecticut Outdoor and Environmental Education Association (COEEA)
- Maine Environmental Education Association (MEEA)
- Massachusetts Environmental Education Society (MEES)
- New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE)
- Rhode Island Environmental Education Association (RIEEA)
- Vermont State-Wide Environmental Education Programs (SWEEP)
A leading member of the Affiliate Network of the North American Association for Environmental Education, NEEEA was honored in 2013 as the network's Outstanding Affiliate for its excellence in advancing the field of environmental education.
The Alliance works together to bolster environmental education by: engaging across sectors to cultivate and enrich the environmental education community, strengthening the practice and the practitioners of environmental education, developing and nurturing environmental leaders, and increasing support and leveraging resources for environmental education.