Education Community

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CEDHE provides representation and leadership to the environmental education communities. CEDHE and the IES work to ensure young people from all backgrounds are inspired to begin and sustain an environmental education – from primary to postgraduate.

CEDHE are an active networking organisation enhancing the quality of outcomes for education institutions teaching environmental disciplines. They facilitate connections between members and develop new avenues of international co-operation within the environmental science community.

Membership is for Further or Higher Education institutions delivering environmental programmes. All academic staff within the environmental unit can become part of the CEDHE network, whether they are involved in teaching, learning or research.

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Upcoming Events

Online
Thursday, 28 September 2023 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Future of ES23 event exploring the need for interdisciplinarity for sustainability

Recent webinars

The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and will continue to have, a huge impact on the research landscape for environmental science and associated funding for environmental research. This forum explores...

Most recent journal on Education and Training

Examining the benefits of an environmental science education to individuals, societies and the planet

Education and Training profile

Dr Pete Shaw is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Sciences at the University of Southampton, and holds degrees in Physics, Environmental & Ecological Sciences, and Biology. He teaches a wide range of subjects, from study skills to advanced field courses, freshwater ecosystems, river...