Case Studies

Climate Change Education Partnership Program – Youth Education Across The Nation

The place-based Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) is a strategic campaign planning project funded by the National Science Foundation and conducted in partnership with USNPS, USFWS, and the National Parks Conservation Association. The goal of this partnership was to develop climate change communication tools and resources for interpretive staff at national parks and national wildlife refuges across the country. More than 400 USNPS and USFWS employees and partners at 16 national parks and wildlife refuges in five regions across the country in northern Colorado, the Puget Sound in Washington state, the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, Washington, DC, and southern Florida engaged in this effort. Learn more.

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Other national programs and initiatives are detailed by The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy.