The Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education supports the many types of educators who teach concepts we all need to understand: how natural systems work, what we must do to interact responsibly with the environment, and how we can protect natural resources for future generations. We are the largest network of environmental educators in Colorado, serving over 800,000 learners. We share learnings, approaches and advocate as a group for widespread adoption of EE.
Gen:Thrive, a program of EcoRise, is a collaborative initiative that provides shared data and technology tools to accelerate sustainability and advance health, equity and climate resilience in K–12 schools.
The Plains Environmental Education Partnership (PEEPs) is a collaborative of regional state environmental education organizations with the goal of collectively building capacity to advance environmental education and environmental literacy across the region. We work together to strengthen and support educators in classrooms and in settings outside of the classroom to deliver high quality, non-biased environmental education. To advance this work, the states are conducting a Landscape Assessment of EE programs and service providers.
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