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"HONEST, REAL, explores the MESSY TRUTHS in all fights for environmental and social justice." - Van Jones CITY OF TREES is an award-winning documentary film about the struggle to create jobs and restore neglected green spaces in our cities. The film has played in two dozen film festivals (including the DC, Yale and Princeton Environmental Film Festivals), was broadcast nationally on PBS' America ReFramed series, and has had 80+ community-based and university screenings. It has also screened at festivals such as Partners in Community Forestry, National Environmental Justice Conference, and Chesapeake Watershed Forum. It is now available on Netflix, iTunes and Amazon Video.

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How can urban environmental education engage all learners? What impacts do accessible programs have on learning about Urban Enviro Ed? Learn more from Olivia M. Aguilar (Denison University) in the final UEE Colloquium video.

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In this Flipside Science unit, designed for a middle school audience, we'll explore environmental issues related to our water use. On this page you'll find five short videos and five associated lesson plans connected to the Next Generation Science Standards with an emphasis on engineering and design thinking.

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Hear from Daniel Fonseca de Andrade (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) about “Cities as Opportunities”, a chapter in the forthcoming “Urban Environmental Education Review” book. This chapter and video focus on cities of the global south, which were previously colonized, and share many environmental challenges in their struggles for independence and development.

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