Here you will find a collection of narratives chronicling the impact of the work which the Foundation for Environmental Education undertakes daily around the globe. Reflecting the ethos behind FEE's approach to tackling issues concerning sustainability and the environment, these stories here come from all nations and every level of society. Though many, these reports illustrate only a tiny fraction of our members unrelenting determination to make a real difference to the world.
The International Blue Flag Jury meeting took place only a few hours before Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico so violently on 19 September 2017, and a few days after Hurricanes Irma and Jose devastated the Caribbean Islands and the USA.
The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is once again inviting everyone around the world to participate in promoting their work through our Global Action Days: a week-long showcasing of the amazing work carried out by FEE members which will culminate in Global Action Days which will take place during the week of 6-12 November 2017.
The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) will receive the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) award for Outstanding in Environmental Education at the Global Level.
In 2017, four new countries from the Indian Ocean States (Mauritius, Tanzania, Comoros, and Zanzibar) joined the network and became FEE members in line with the FEE strategy to increase our involvement with small island nations and developing countries.
In recognition of the 30th Anniversary of the Wrigley Company Foundation, FEE was privileged to be awarded a generous donation of $300,000 USD to be spent on three strategic objectives of FEE.
We are excited to announce that the Litter Less Campaign will move into its third phase and run for two more years through the Eco-Schools and YRE programmes thanks to the Wrigley Company Foundation.
Our Project Evaluation Officer will help FEE develop and organise impact measurement processes, define key performance indicators, conduct research, develop tools that can measure impact from the Litter Less Campaign and FEE programmes.
The 13th Regional Conference ‘’Environment to Europe - EnE17’’ was held on June 5, 2017 in Belgrade (Serbia) to address issues related to Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development.
Daniel Schaffer, CEO of the Foundation for Environmental Education, has recently participated in the United Nations Ocean Conference which was held in New York from 5th to 9th June.
The Strategy identifies Eco-Schools, the world’s biggest environmental education programme, which is run by Keep Britain Tidy in England, as a key mechanism to educate children and young people about the impact of litter.
The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and General Motors (GM) have signed a Sponsorship Agreement to build together a strong Global Environmental Educational Project.
Gimnasio Moderno, Gimnasio Femenino and Colegio Los Nogales organised the II Meeting of Education for Sustainability on 4 November, 2016, at the Centro Cultural of the Gimnasio Moderno School in Bogotá, Colombia.
Do you feel passionate about the environment? Do you want to get the chance to show your photo, video or article to everyone? Don't hesitate and participate with us in the International YRE Competition.
During the two-day General Assembly in Ahmedabad, India, FEE member organisations elected a new President and Board of Directors.
Copenhagen 8 September 2016 – The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is holding its biennial General Assembly on 15-16 September in Ahmedabad, India.
GEII at the Harvard Graduate School of Education is a multi-country research-policy-practice collaborative examining relevant, powerful, and effective education.
Last week, Daniel Schaffer, CEO of the Foundation for Environmental Education, visited South Korea to participate in the 2nd International Water Safety Symposium in Incheon.