If civilization is to have any chance of reversing our destructive environmental trajectory, no task is more crucial than educating the next generation. Environmental education is key to equipping students with leadership skills and ecoliteracy, so they can understand how nature functions, honor the interdependence of all living systems, and become empowered to reshape the human enterprise toward sustainability.
From Thanksgiving stereotypes to Indian mascots, Native American students face racism from kindergarten through college. In this inspirational panel, four Native youth share personal stories and advice about how to abolish racism in school.
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Ten Strands works to bring environmental literacy to all of California’s K–12 students.
The Youth Design Challenge is a project-based learning experience that asks students to design bio-inspired ideas that can provide solutions to the climate crisis.