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|Adopt-a-watershedis a K-12 school-community learning experience. Using a local watershed as a living laboratory, students engage in hands-on activities, make science applicable and relevant to their lives and weaves education with the local community, developing collaborative partnerships and reinforcing learning through community service.|
|Biodiversity 911 was developed for middle school students and their teachers in the USA but provides good basic materials emphasising the importance of biodiversity, suggests appropriate activities for young people in support of biodiversity conservation, provides good links to other web-based resources as well as some fun activities for younger children.|
|Broads Authority The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is a unique area of water, grazing marshes, fen and woodland, and home to some of the rarest plants and creatures in the UK. It is Britain's largest protected wetland (and a Ramsar site), and, with over onemillion visitors each year, has had to develop innovative management plans to develop a sustainable tourism that maintains the conservation value of these man-made wetlands. Education is an important part of their work.|
Cap-Net is an international network for capacity building in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM). Made up of a partnership of autonomous international, regional and national institutions and networks committed to capacity building in the water sector, their web site offers a large number of online water management tools, links to resource centres and training course, as well as reference material.
|CATHALAC Luego de una década de funcionamiento, CATHALAC se ha consolidado como una institución ejecutora de programas y proyectos de investigación y desarrollo de interés para los países de la región de América Latina y el Caribe.|
The Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) has initiated, co-sponsored, endorsed and funded a variety of regional conservation programmes, ranging from an endangered species research and conservation effort directed at the preservation of the Caribbean green turtle, the development of a vibrant outreach programme in Environmental Education and the formulation of a regional environmental education and communications strategy, to the compilation of environmental profiles for five countries within the Eastern Caribbean.
|Centre for Environmental Education's mission is to ensure that the principles of sustainable development are at the heart of education policy and practice. Their members, representing 80 national organisations work towards influencing and developing public policy, enhancing the quality of professional practice and increasing the effectiveness of the education for sustainable development movement.|
Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy(CEESP), is an inter-disciplinary network of professionals whose mission is to act as a source of advice on the environmental, economic, social and cultural factors that affect natural resources and biological diversity and to provide guidance and support towards effective policies and practices in environmental conservation and sustainable development. Includes sections on collaborative management and working with local communities in protected areas, with many useful publications available for download.
The Chilika Lake web site is packed with information about this Ramsar site - its history, biodiversity, socio-economic issues, management challenges, eco-tourism plans and much more.
|Clean up the worldweb site inspires communities around the world to clean up, fix up and conserve the environment. Useful web materials as well as information on their annual "clean up weekend" campaign - in 2004 over 35 million volunteers from 114 countries cleaned up around the world, perhaps the world's largest community based environmental event recorded.|
|CoastCAREwas set up by the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism in South Africa to assist in the education and exchange of information about coastal issues. Includes a searchable database of coastal management projects that involve local communities.|
|Conservation VolunteersAustralia organises more than 1500 week-long conservation projects across Australia each year, resulting in positive environmental outcomes, increased community participation, conservation skills and awareness. Working with volunteers from local communities, it's Australia's largest practical conservation organisation with offices in every capital city and regional centres across Australia.|
|Daphnewas originally set up as a scientific institute in Slovenia but has expanded to become an effective nature conservation organisation with activities aimed at increasing the public's knowledge and understanding of the environment. Intersting environmental education work here.|
|The World Bank's Development Education Programme provides tools and resources to help teachers and students, principally at the secondary school level, study and think critically about the often complex social, economic, and environmental issues of sustainable development affecting their countries, their regions, and the world. Check out their Learning Modules for teachers and students. [In English, French and Spanish]|
|Ducks Unlimitedhave developed a special section on their Web site for children and teachers - you can directly download a teacher's guide to help build a wetland curriculum and you can register as an educator and then download curriculum materials. DU has also developed a specialised resource site to help educators create engaing curriculum about wetland habitat.|
|Eco-Index: A searchable reference of conservation projects in the Neotropics, with goals, achievements, lessons learned, interviews, reports, and more.|
Una referencia donde puede buscar información sobre los proyectos de conservación en el neótropico, con metas, logros, las lecciones aprendidas, entrevistas, informes y más.
EducaPolesis one of International Polar Foundation's four internet sites. It seeks to sensitize young people and their teachers to the importance and the fragile nature of the polar environments, and to enable them to approach the phenomenon of climate changes from this angle and offers a number of tools to assist: teaching dossiers, multimedia animations, comic strips, videos etc.
|Environmental Concern (EC) is committed to wetlands science, restoration, horticulture and education. Within the field of wetlands education, EC co-developed the popular and nationally recognized WOW! Wonders of Wetlands curriculum and recently solely produced its companion curriculum POW! The planning of wetlands.|
|The EnviroEd section of Environment Australia's web site establishes a national network of environmental education and information programs, materials and publications, in the interests of education for sustainability.|
|Every River has Its People is a dynamic project in the Okavango Delta where a consortium of NGOs in Botswana and Namibia work to build the capacity of the Okavango basin residents to effectively participate in the planning and manage their natural resources, and to share experiences and lessons learned with other river basin communities and authorities.|
|Exploring Estuaries is a great Web resource aimed at young people on US Environmental Protection Agency's Web site - find out what they are, take a virtual tour or solve a mystery!|
|The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is an NGO consisting of Member organisations representing 28 countries in Europe, as well as South Africa, Morocco, Canada, Chile and several countries in the Caribbean. FEE actively promotes and delivers education about the environment and sustainable development through a number of international programmes that involve people of all ages and nationalities through both formal and informal education.|
|The Global Rivers Environmental Education Network (GREEN) helps young people in the USA make improvements to their local watershed by offering an on-line monitoring database and community action tool to protect rivers, streams and other vital water resources in their communities. Useful resources section for teachers and students.|
|GreenCOM works with developing country community groups, schools, and government agencies in USAID countries on strategies that can produce measurable behavior change.|
|Groundwater Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to informing the public about one of the greatest hidden resources, groundwater. Their programmes, publications and their Web site identify the benefits everyone receives from groundwater and the risks that threaten groundwater quality. Their aim is to make learning about groundwater fun and understandable for kids and adults alike.|
Healthy Water - Healthy People is an innovative water quality education programme sponsored by Project Wet and the Hach Scientific Foundation, offers hands-on activity guides, testing kits, childrens' books and training for anyone interested in learning and teaching about contemporary water quality education topics.