Inspiring Environmental Stewards

Closing the Environmental Gap Webinar

Join us on April 27 for our free webinar, “Closing the Environmental Literacy Gap,” as policy makers and educators discuss how to create a population that cares for the earth.

Experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) will join The Nature Generation in a comprehensive discussion on our nation’s environmental literacy gap:

  • what is the current gap
  • why it is relevant to our future (including environmental implications and security, economic, and social significance)
  • what are disparities within the gap itself
  • what are effective ways to close the gap

Of interest to: students and educators, policy makers and public officials, environmental and conservation organizations, and professionals working in the environment or energy sectors.

We welcome office groups and classroom registrations, and expect this to be a popular topic so register early!


April 27, 2017 1:15 PM – 2:45 PM EST

Special thanks to the Security and Sustainability Forum, for hosting this webinar.

The Security & Sustainability Forum

Thanks also to Cadmus and CSRA, webinar sponsors and long time supporters of The Nature Generation’s mission.  Thank you to top leadership for your continued support and to all the employee volunteers who have supported us for so many years! We couldn’t do it without you!



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According to a recent National Environmental Education Foundation study, concern and knowledge about the environment is on the decline among Americans. There is a gap in environmental literacy!

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