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Membership renewals due!

Your AAEE annual membership renewal is now due. 

Renew your membership today, or join Australia's peak professional body for environmental educators. Be part of a national community working towards a more sustainable future through education and engagement and receive access to national industry news and journal publications, your local branch, professional learning and networking events. 

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NSW Enviro Ed Award 2017 - and the winner is...

Congratulations to Nick Carson, winner of this year's NSW Environmental Educator of the Year Award!
Nick (pictured here with past winner, Judy Christie) was presented with the award at the NSW Environmental Education Conference dinner on 29 November, in recognition of his work on the Tuggerah Lakes Estuary Education program with the Central Coast Council.

Congratulations also to Radka Dostal (pictured here with her Award), who won the Community category of the...Read more

Exciting news re Sustainable Schools!

There are some exciting changes happening at Sustainable Schools NSW. 

Developed in 2002, Sustainable Schools NSW helps schools take a whole school approach to sustainability, implement their School Environmental Management Plan, network with their local community and nurture a generation of environmental leaders. 

After 15 years of managing Sustainable Schools, OEH is now handing management over to the Australian Association for Environmental Education NSW Chapter (AAEE NSW...Read more

Conference early bird date extended!

Join Costa and colleagues from around the state at the NSW Environmental Education Conference, to be held 27-29 September in Sydney. 

Book by 31 August to receive your discounted ticket.

Not an AAEE member? Join now and you'll receive 14 months membership for the price of 12 PLUS you'll be eligible for a member discount to the Conference, saving you even more on your ticket!

Teachers: You can get 12 hours NESA professional...Read more

Insights from pioneer of conservation

'Some Aspects of Nature Conservation in New South Wales during the 1950s and 1960s' by Allen A Strom

This story is a must-read for anyone who wishes to know how to make environmental change for the better, particularly through government. Told by Allen Strom, Chief Guardian of Fauna for 10 years and a leading conservationist in Australia, the book describes his trials and tribulations in nature conservation, particularly when dealing with politicians and the machinations of...Read more