biodiversityAs part of Anecdotes to Evidence, which is a multi-partner initiative led by North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) and Stanford University, a team of researchers is conducting a review of literature that examines directly measured environmental outcomes/indicators associated with the implementation of an education program.

The team is currently identifying sources from the grey literature (any source that does not appear in a peer-reviewed journal).   So, if you know of a report, conference presentation, unpublished manuscript, or any other source that presents direct environmental results/outcomes/impacts from an education program, could you please forward it to Alison Bowers at

Examples could include programmes that measure changes in water quality, air quality, or number of a particular species, but please do not limit yourself to these examples.

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