NAAEE (North American Association for Environmental Education)

Our parent organization, NAAEE’s mission is to “bring the brightest minds together to accelerate environmental literacy and civic engagement through the power of education.” Filled with a variety of resources and information, including learning opportunities and an international conference planned in Tucson, Arizona, for October 2020. Includes most recent State Environmental Literacy Plan Status Report (2014), and EEPro, an online platform for environmental education professional development and resources, open to all.

AAEE Members Only Forum

Connect with Environmental Educators across Arizona through the AAEE Members Only Forums.

AAEE Members Directory

Connect with Environmental Educators across Arizona as an AAEE Member!

AAEE Quarterly E-Newsletter Archive & Subscription

Review AAEE’s quarterly newsletter archive and subscribe to have the latest environmental education news in Arizona delivered directly into your inbox!

NEEF | Environmental Literacy Report 2015

Environmental educators have an unprecedented opportunity to create a more environmentally literate citizenry — a citizenry equipped with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to tackle the environmental, social, and economic challenges that we face today and in the future.

Arizona State University | School of Sustainability (Statewide)

Established in 2006, the School of Sustainability’s mission is to educate a new generation of scholars and practitioners and create innovative modes of scholarship by bringing together leaders, stakeholders, and people from multiple disciplines to develop practical solutions to the most pressing sustainability challenges.

Online Sustainability Degree

AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) | Children’s Environmental Health (Statewide)

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is sponsoring a new recognition program to help individual schools become Arizona Environmentally Healthy (AEH) schools. This program recognizes policies and actions taken by schools to help ensure a healthy and safe learning and teaching environment. This checklist is to be used by school principals, or their designees, to certify to ADEQ that the school has taken action to safeguard their students, faculty, and other personnel against environmental pollutants and other potential environmental risks.

Green Education Foundation (GEF)

Green Education Foundation (GEF) is a national non-profit organization committed to creating a sustainable future through education. GEF aims to identify key factors and impediments influencing sustainability education, evaluate existing approaches, and develop effective educational materials and programs to promote behavior change towards sustainable practices.  GEF offers free programs that provide curricula and hands-on activities to inspire K-12 students and teachers to think holistically about global sustainability concerns and solutions.

Gardens for Humanity (Sedona)

Founded in 1996, Gardens for Humanity works for ecological education to help give our children and all members of our community the values, tools and experiences needed to seek and regain balance with the natural world.

Current projects include assisting in the development of home and community gardens, school gardens, art and environmental education and being a resource for the development of local agriculture and sustainable food systems.

Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center (Phoenix)

Discover the magic of birds with us! Audubon Arizona is the state office of National Audubon and is housed at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center in South Phoenix. The free-admission center offers standards-aligned educational programs for all ages and organizes monthly conservation projects that benefit birds and the community.