The first completely youth-led edition of the NAEE Journal

January 18, 2024

We are delighted to share with you the first ever completely youth-led edition of the NAEE journal. The articles featured in the Autumn 2023 edition of the journal have been written entirely by student staff and young volunteers involved in campaigns and projects supported by SOS-UK.

Emma de Saram, a student trustee for SOS-UK, introduces the edition, sharing "you will hear from a diverse range of youth voices from across our projects and campaigns. I hope, in reading this, you will feel inspired by their vision for a reformed education system, energised by the progress they have already achieved, and heartened by the tangible impact they are having through the projects they lead."

Read the NAEE Environmental Education Journal: Autumn 2023.

Features include:

Teach the Future: what young people want for education - Charlie Clift

Taking action into our own hands: how we created Teach the Teacher - Jodie Bailey- Ho

How student-led climate action plans create change - Talia Hardie

A curriculum for a changing climate - Liv Marshall, Niamh Crisp O'Brien & Elena Lengthorn

Wilding Schools: a crucial element of a sustainable nation - Nico King

The importance of applied sustainability learning experiences for students - Kedijah Eaves O'Connor

Co-creation for climate education - Sonya Peres

Global youth are demanding quality climate education in the run up to COP28 - Shreya K.C., David Okenwa, Amit Singh, Sofia Luna Quispe, Tamzelin Rauto

Thank you to all the students who contributed to these articles and a massive thank you to NAEE for collaborating with us to publish this journal edition.

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