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Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs has curated a collection of student films from the Ocean Awareness Contest archives exploring plastic pollution, oil spills, climate change, and environmental activism. After each film, find discussion questions as well as ways to learn more and take action on the featured issue.

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This booklet presents key messages for action, summarized from a set of chapters on different environmental health issues, available at www.who.int/ceh/publications/healthyenvironmentsforhealthychildren. The work is a result of an on-going partnership between WHO, UNEP and UNICEF in the area of children’s environmental health, and seeks to update the 2002 joint publication “Children in the New Millennium: Environmental Impact on Health."

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Earth School logo on green background with UNEP TED-Ed and World Environment Day logos.
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Check out Earth School, a collaboration between UNEP, National Geographic, WWF, and many other NAAEE partners. During this time of schooling at home, many teachers and parents are looking for top-quality educational resources to help their kids learn about solutions to our most pressing challenges. To meet this demand, UNEP, TED-Ed, and partners have joined forces to offer #EarthSchool—a platform offering quality online environmental education material.

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Available for download to the eePRO community: A systems-based curriculum about interactions between global urban lifestyles and the natural environment. Targeted for middle-grades the full curriculum is 9-weeks but is modular and flexible for use in different cultures/geographies/settings. Inspired from: systems thinking, project based learning, e-STEM, design thinking, game-based learning, Understanding by Design.

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BSCS Science Learning's new Invitations to Inquiry are short instructional activities designed to help middle and high school students work with large data sets. The activities engage students with community and citizen science data from projects hosted on FieldScope. Teachers and students are already using the interactive FieldScope platform to collect, visualize, and analyze environmental data. With these new Inquiries, students can explore FieldScope’s advanced mapping and graphing tools to dig deeper into data in the context of meaningful science classroom lessons. The 11 Inquiries are designed for 1-3 days of learning and support the Science and Engineering Practices from the Next Generation Science Standards.

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Whether in a backyard, on a stoop, or in a window box, anybody can make a little native plant garden to support pollinators and other wildlife. Please join the National Wildlife Federation and American Littoral Society educator Alexandra Kanonik - Friday, June 5th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm EST - for a virtual tour of Alexandra's backyard garden in Brooklyn.

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