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person holding "we need a change" sign on city sidewalk

"Sing for the Climate is a big singing manifestation that first took place on September 22 and 23 2012 in Belgium. More than 80.000 people in more than 180 Belgian cities and communities sang the song "Do it Now", urging politicians to take more ambitious climate measures both on local, national and international level. This video is a synthesis of recordings that were made in all locations. The success of 'Sing for the Climate' proves that a mass mobilization around climate change is still possible even after the COP15 in Copenhagen."

Resource Category:

Media, Communications/Social Media, Video

NAAEE seeks a creative consultant to provide research, writing, and communication support for NAAEE’s international programming, including the Global Environmental Education Partnership, a learning network designed to strengthen environmental education globally. The estimated time commitment is 32 hours per week through December 2022, with the possibility of an extension dependent on funding.

Deadline to Apply:

Tuesday, July 26, 2022, 11:45pm



United States
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a young student sitting at a desk wearing a white VR headset with NZ-VR on it

The ocean and marine environment face many challenges, including overfishing, pollution, temperature increases, the introduction of invasive species, and more. The BLAKE New Zealand (NZ) Virtual Reality (VR) program was launched in 2019 to connect young people with oceans and the marine environment in order to promote ocean stewardship. Read about the BLAKE NZ-VR project in this new GEEP Case Study.

A group of people holding a big check, standing in front of a screen that says "UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE UK 2021."

The ClimateScience (CS) Olympiad is a free and online competition for youth aged 12-25 years, aiming to educate them about various issues related to the climate crisis and empower them to be future climate leaders. This global competition is challenging youth worldwide to answer one of the most complex questions: How will we solve climate change? It's organised by ClimateScience, a global charity working to provide accessible, reliable and engaging climate education to people of all ages.


NAAEE’s EE 30 Under 30 each year celebrates the unique and passionate leadership of talented young leaders around the world, and each year we ask our nominees what makes them leaders. We recently took a closer look at the themes that emerged.