ISEA was established in 1989 to provide aquatic science, environmental awareness and sail training classes for learners of all ages.
Links, information, and resources from the EPA designed to increase public awareness and knowledge about environmental issues or problems.
NEEF partners with professionals in health, education, media, business and public land management to promote daily actions for helping people protect and enjoy the environment.
This site is for both formal and nonformal educators who wish to teach about the environment. It offers background information on a variety of topics, lesson plans, and activities that work in and out of the classroom. You will also find information on workshops, conferences, grants, awards and a variety of other information that will assist you in your educational goals whether you teach in a traditional classroom setting, an outdoor classroom, a community center or in your home.
The Environmental Kids Club is the EPA's website for kids. We'll help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it. We've got games, pictures, and stories.
This is the EPA's website for students. It provides information, activities, and projects.
The EPA's website for high school students. It provides information and resources targeted specifically at that age-range.
A 20-minute, interactive animation about waste, resource-use, and consumption. Includes numerous resources for further action.
Watch environmental short films on a variety of topics, all entries in the Environmental Film Festival.
The SNRE is a professional school at the University of Michigan, and the only one in the country to integrate the study of natural science, social science and design into one shared educational experience.
From hands-on K-12 cruises and camps, to free online curriculum aligned to content expectations, Michigan Sea Grant offers programs and materials that enhance science education and encourage stewardship. Sea Grant supports Michiganís formal and non-formal educators by helping youth and adults increase their knowledge about Michiganís coasts, the Great Lakes and the oceans.
The Environmental Law and Policy Program at the University of Michigan promotes scholarship, teaching, and interdisciplinary programs to address the myriad challenges facing our global environment.
Where The Environment Report is produced.