For the past 50 years NAEE has been promoting all forms of environmental education, and supporting all those involved in its delivery, so that together we can understand and act on the need to live more sustainably in order to protect the future of our planet.

School Bursaries


Since 2012, NAEE has been providing bursaries for Birmingham schools to make visits to environmental education centres. In that time, over 3,000 young people have taken part.

Find out about applying for a bursary by clicking the button on the bar, and see what schools do with the bursaries by clicking here.

 Curriculum Guides

NAEE’s curriculum guides for schools

Key Stages 3 & 4 – NAEE’s latest report illustrates how the secondary curriculum provides opportunities for schools, teachers and children to explore a range of the world’s most serious issues. Download report [...]

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Env Ed Feature

The Geography Quality Mark

 Rebecca Kitchen Secondary Curriculum Leader, Geographical Association, writes about the Geography Quality Mark: making an impact on teaching and learning. As Head of Geography at Aylesbury High School, I found this incredibly powerful: my geography department [...]

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Recent books

Call of Nature: the secret life of dung

Henricus Peters writes: I was fortunate, back in the late 1990s, to visit the East African savannah and witness some of the most amazing wildlife there. With wildlife comes life and death – and with [...]

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How Singapore deals with its waste...pretty incredible! 🌿🌿🌿

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Everyone needs to see this.

I report back to you something that almost no tourists get to see here in Singapore. Because not many people wanna visit or get permission to visit a landfill....

But here, you might wanna do that. Their landfills almost feel like resorts. They are just insanely clean. Here is how they did it:

They made an Island in the middle of the ocean, they enclosed a big pool of ocean water by dumping sand all around it. On the maind island, they burn their trash, filter the smoke for any pollutants, they ship the ashes to this Island and bury them under these waters. All while keeping everything clean. Literally 30 meters outside of the landfills, there is a fish farm and it's completely 100% safe!

Around the Island, there is wildlife, birds, animals, beaches, you name it. It just so happens to have tons of ashes buried underwater right next to it.

Obviously this is more expensive way to treat waste. But boy, it blew my mind and I hope you like it!!

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Without Tan Hang Chong & Hilly Ting this wouldn't be possible. You rock!! Thank you for contacting National Environment Agency (NEA). And thank you NEA for responding!

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