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Ecointerests
7/22/2017

The Record: School 2's Nakeia Wimberly won a scholarship to an environmental education conference in Puerto Rico

A survey conducted by the non-profit ecoAmerica found that over nine in ten Americans agree, with well over half of them strongly agreeing, that we should talk to children about a future ?with thriving, healthy nature?. The June 2017 American Climat

The Alana Institute launches Family Nature Clubs (FNC) in Brazil, joining the worldwide natural families movement. Alana's Family Nature Clubs are intended to engage parents and families from across Brazil in frequent and active time together in nat
World Bank
7/20/2017

Capturing solutions for learning and scaling up documenting operational experiences for organizational learning and knowledge sharing
World Bank
7/18/2017

Assessing Africa s policies and institutions 2016 CPIA results for Africa valuation des politiques et des institutions en Afrique R sultats de la CPIA 2016 pour l Afrique
World Bank
7/17/2017

Assessing Africa s policies and institutions 2016 CPIA results for Africa
Ecointerests
7/17/2017

Environmental Education in an Extractive Economy: Azerbaijan s IDEA Initiative
National Geographic: Oil and gas economies are often perceived by conservationists to have diminished sensibilities towards the environment. However, the wealth generation in such
Grants.gov
7/14/2017

Funding Opportunity ID: 295532 Opportunity Number: NPSNOISEAZ1701105 Opportunity Title: Interpretation and Environmental Education InternshipsOpportunity Category: DiscretionaryOpportunity Category Explanation: Funding Instrument Type: Cooperative

Kids who spend more time outdoors and who play sports are less likely to be near-sighted, according to a recent study in a large, diverse group of urban 6-year-olds. The researchers looked at 5,711 children in Rotterdam who have been participating s

Researchers from the University of Technology in Sydney and Macquarie University have been studying the effects of Risk Deficit Disorder, which they describe as the growing and unhealthy trend of attempting to remove all risk from within our communi








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