Welcome to Sustainable Commons published by the Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE) of Hamline University’s School of Education. This blog serves as a forum for ideas and action and for staying in touch with our partners, students, supporters, and friends.

Engage with our regular contributors—Kevin Clemens, Ed Hessler, and John Shepard—and our guest authors about topics that are central to CGEE’s mission of fostering environmental literacy and stewardship in citizens of all ages—Sustainable Energy and Transportation, Environmental and Science Education and Water and Watersheds. Also explore the CGEE Student Voice.

About the Center for Global Environmental Education

CGEE was founded in 1990 as part of Hamline University's Graduate School of Education with an adventure-learning program (Will Steger's 1990 Trans-Antarctic Expedition) that reached 15 million K-12 students worldwide.

Under the direction of Tracy Fredin, since 1995 CGEE has remained an environmental education pioneer by applying best practices in pedagogy, multimedia technology, experiential learning, and behavior change within four complimentary program areas: (1) professional development for K-12 educators, (2) projects and resources for K-12 students, (3) production of multimedia learning programs, and (4) community outreach events and communications resources.

Visit CGEE’s website and Facebook page to learn more.

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