NAEE has been promoting environmental education in the UK for 50 years, supporting all those involved in its delivery, so that together we can understand and act on the need to live more sustainably in order to protect the future of our planet. In 2018, NAEE received a Green Apple award for its support of environmental education.

Our Curriculum Guides explore opportunities in primary and secondary schools to help young people engage with and learn about environmental and sustainability issues. ?They include two reports on how environmental issues feature in the national curriculum. ?These are essential reading. ?We shall add to our Guides and update existing resources over time.

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Tasting Snowflakes

We recently featured the work of Dr Suzanne Major, who specialises in the anthropology of early childhood education. Suzanne has written a series of posts for the eePRO webpages of…

Writing the Future

Michael Judge New International Encounter Theatre As an artist working with young people, mainly in theatre and across art-forms, I’ve always emphasised the power of creative writing. It feels important to…

June 13th 2022

Counting Bees –?Defra has?launched?a new app to encourage the public to count bees, butterflies and other pollinators.??The Flower-Insect-Timed Count?(FIT Count) is a free app which asks people to spend ten…

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About NAEE

The UK National Association for Environmental Education (NAEE) started life in 1960 as the National Rural Studies Association, changing its name and emphasis in 1971. Since then, the association has continued to support a wide range of professional educators to help them improve the quality of their teaching and their students’ learning, in relation to environmental and sustainability issues.

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