NSW Environmental Education Conference

AAEE NSW hosts an Environmental Education Conference biennially (every two years). Environmental educators young and old, indigenous and non-indigenous, government and non-government, community based and private enterprise are invited to attend and contribute to these conferences. Generous discounts are offered to AAEE members, and we also offer assistance with attendance costs through the Gould League Scholarship.

2019 Conference

The 34th NSW Environmental Education Conference is being run in partnership with Sutherland Shire Environment Centre, a first for both organisations! Our venue, Kirrawee High School overlooks the Royal National Park.

The details for the upcoming 2019 Conference are:

ActiveNature
Learning, Citizenship and Activism for Sustainability

3 - 5 October 2019
Kirrawee High School

 
The conference invites exploration of how our education work can tap into and support responsible citizenship and a sense of activism.  We will explore learning pathways to being active in and for nature and will seek the participation of a wide range of community organisations. It will include a youth stream and robust conversations about sustainability journeys.

If you are considering attending, please read the conference framing paper. It will help you think about where and how your initiative fits into the purpose of the conference.
 

Want to join us in planning?

Contact Phil Smith on 0412 338 687 or at rephilled@hotmail.com to join the Working Group or make suggestions.

2017 Conference 

The 33rd NSW Environmental Education conference was held 27-29 September in Lane Cove, Sydney. Thanks to all who attended and supported the event, which by all accounts was an absolute cracker!

Read the conference evaluation report - informed by direct feedback from participants

Read the conference report by the Gould League Scholarship winner

2015 Conference

The 32nd NSW Environmental Education Conference was held at the Hunter TAFE Institute - Kurri Kurri Campus in the Hunter Valley on 29-30 October 2016. More than 200 delegates enjoyed two and a half days of learning and sharing, and created a very positive vibe.

Read a report on the conference

Read our post-conference statement on climate change action

See the conference evaluation report