Environmental Education Directory
Looking for an organization, program, or resource to help get your students, family, or colleagues engaged in environmental learning? RIEEA has compiled a comprehensive, searchable list of opportunities throughout the state and online that offer resources for educators, families, and more.
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One of the world’s most popular nature apps, iNaturalist helps you identify the plants and animals around you. Get connected with a community of over a million scientists and naturalists who can help you learn more about nature! What’s more, by recording and sharing your observations, you’ll create research quality data for scientists working to better understand and protect nature. iNaturalist is a joint initiative by the California Academy of Sciences and the National Geographic Society.
Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
At this dynamic cross-campus center, students and faculty conduct groundbreaking research and build creative solutions to complex 21st-century problems. The work at IBES combines an understanding of the natural world and of human societies because environmental stewardship, human rights, and economic well-being are inextricably linked. Through a unique interdisciplinary approach, IBES fosters actionable research outcomes and the change agents of tomorrow. Their rigorous undergraduate curriculum offers meaningful real-world experiences and unique faculty-student partnerships. IBES faculty and students are leaders in the global conversation about environmental issues – on campus, at the State House, in boardrooms, and at the United Nations.
ISeeChange is a community and climate dialogue platform that connects people with their changing environments to make solutions together. What you see change in your backyard, neighborhood, and city is important to our collective understanding of how climate change and weather affect our communities. Observations and block-by-block insights can help cities, engineers, and local organizations advocate for and create solutions to climate challenges.
The historic Ladd Observatory, first opened in 1891, is a public observatory and working museum of astronomy, science, and timekeeping.
Lost Ladybug Project
The Lost Ladybug Project is a nationwide program designed to help scientists track and study ladybug species. Participants find and photograph ladybugs, and then upload images along with the time, date, location, and habitat the ladybugs were found.
Metcalf Institute advances informed public conversations about science and the environment through professional development for journalists and scientists, resources, and public programs.