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NZAEE expresses concern at DoC job cuts to Minister of Conservation

We would like to express our alarm at the announcement of further cuts to the Department of Conservation staffing. The core purpose of this vital department is to conserve our natural environment and heritage for future generations. Will the future environmental education lessons be on how we as a nation, under the aegis of yourMore

Seaweek 2014

The theme for Seaweek 2014 is ”Our fragile and finite taonga”. Seaweek will be held from 1 - 9 March 2014. Seaweek is organised by the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE) and is in its 23rd year. Contacts: Dr Mels Barton, National Coordinator 021 213 7779 Pam Crisp, NZAEE National Executive Committee. 021 258 5174 orMore


NZAEE Conference 2014

Saturday, 4 May 2013 – Conference 2014
The Christchurch branch is hosting the January 2014 conference. Information about the conference can be found here http://nzaeeconference.co.nz


NZAEE – Educating for sustainability

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The New Zealand Association for Environmental Education is a national, non-profit organisation that promotes and supports lifelong learning and encourages behaviours that lead to sustainability for New Zealand/Aotearoa. NZAEE is an independent voice for environmental education, empowering people to respect and nurture the environment, recognising its link with the social, cultural and economic aspects of sustainability.

NZAEE  Information brochure:    NZAEE Brochure 2013

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NZAEE Seaweek

Seaweek is an annual event, run by NZAEE, allowing New Zealanders to come together and celebrate the sea. It provides a wide range of opportunities for people to learn about our fantastic marine environment and share their experiences of the sea.

Visit the Seaweek website.

NZAEE Membership

As a member of NZAEE you will have access to a national network of environmental and sustainability educators and supporters, opportunities to participate in local branch activities, professional development via conferences, workshops and seminars, up-to-date news about environmental education and sustainability initiatives around the country, and a voice to Government about your issues.

Become a member.  New members must submit the membership form.

If you are renewing your membership by direct credit, please include your full name as a reference.