Environmental Education

Fellow Story

Harris distinguishes between teaching for understanding versus knowing climate change

Dylan Harris published an article distinguishing between ‘understanding’ and ‘knowing’ climate change, and outlining ways to teach that integrate the two. He makes the distinction as: “the former referring to how students can learn about...
November 27, 2023
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Kramer speaks on opening of Boston Green Academy outdoor classroom

The Boston Green Academy opened a new outdoor classroom this year, one of 10 new raised-bed garden and freight farm programs at various Boston Public Schools. The learning program puts students and teachers outdoors connecting with Mother...
November 27, 2023
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Patterson receives 2023 Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Scholars

Civil and environmental engineering assistant professor Regan Patterson is one of four professors that will be able to develop new UCLA classes that have an impact on Los Angeles and beyond, thanks to the fourth annual Chancellor’s Awards for Community-Engaged Scholars.
July 26, 2023
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Sparti selected for California's Truth and Healing Council Education Subcommittee

Chelsi Sparti has been selected to join the Education Subcommittee of the California Truth & Healing Council. The Council “bears witness to, records, examines existing documentation of, and receives California Native American narratives...
July 26, 2023
Leadership Grant Grant

Resilient Roots Project: Centering Youth Climate Change Stories

This collaboration between Catalina Garzón-Galvis, StoryCenter and Frontline Catalysts will center the lived experiences, local knowledge, and innovation of migrant and first-generation youth in advancing solutions that strengthen community resilience to climate change.
July 18, 2023
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Sebastian Moreno

2023 Fellow
In an increasingly urbanizing world, Sebastian aims for his work to increase science and nature accessibility for historically marginalized and excluded communities, which will ultimately help in the conservation of our natural environment.
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Katelynn Warner

2023 Fellow
Katelynn studies the ecological mechanisms driving toxic cyanobacteria blooms to further understand when and why cyanobacteria produce harmful toxins that inhibit recreational uses of freshwater lakes.
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DeNarae Stewart

2023 Fellow
DeNarae investigates factors influencing the consumption of hair care products in Black communities and strives to facilitate the equitable transfer of information and resources needed to create and promote viable, sustainable consumption efforts in underrepresented communities.
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Cielo Sharkus

2023 Fellow
Cielo's mission is to contribute to restorative climate resilience and develop equity-based mitigation strategies to mitigate the disparate impact climate change has on historically marginalized communities.
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Darcey Evans

2023 Fellow
Darcey examines the politics and ecological consequences of Atlantic salmon aquaculture. In particular, she focuses on the spread of salmon viruses to describe how salmon aquaculture can have harmful social and environmental effects beyond farm boundaries.