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Addressing the Public Health Impacts of Climate Change
NEEF's Children's Environmental Health Series provides medical and public health professionals across the country with best practices to help them improve quality of care and provide clear guidance...
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Raising Environmental Awareness Through Art
The National Park Service’s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program encourages artists to pursue their particular art form while immersed in the landscapes of more than 50 national park sites across the...
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Reducing Plastic Pollution After the Pandemic
Global CO2 emissions in April 2020 decreased 17% compared to one year before, and NASA satellite imaging showed significant reductions in air pollution over major metropolitan areas. But the oceans...
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Explore Career Opportunities in Environmental Science
Do you love the outdoors (or know someone who does)? We’ve put together a handy guide on how you can pursue a career in environmental science.
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Wildfire Season Is Coming: Protect Yourself from Environmental Asthma Triggers
As 2021’s wildfire season begins, learn how wildfire smoke impacts your health, and how you and your family can prepare.
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Explore Public Lands with Your Dog During National Pet Month
May is National Pet Month, the perfect excuse to plan a public lands adventure with your dog. But how to prepare? And which parks are best for bringing your pet along?
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How One Ecologist Found Success Connecting Students to Public Lands Through Outdoor Education
How One Ecologist Found Success Connecting Students to Public Lands Through Outdoor Education
Bureau of Land Management ecologist Nikki Grant-Hoffman shares her tips for developing successful Greening STEM outdoor education projects that engage local communities.
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What the World’s Largest Biodiversity Challenge Shows Us About the Power of Citizen Science
What the World’s Largest Biodiversity Challenge Shows Us About the Power of Citizen Science
Alison Young, co-creator of the City Nature Challenge, explains how citizen science projects like BioBlitzes benefit students and biologists alike.
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South Texas Wildlife Refuge Paints a Pretty Picture of a Virtual NPLD Event
See how creative virtual volunteering boosted attendance for this non-profit's NPLD event.
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