Collaborate with other organizations and agencies to create a multiplier effect that can impact the larger environment, sustainability, and education communities. Use the power of technology to leverage meaningful opportunities to learn, network, and share.
Here's a sample of the feedback from the global community:
- "Connect and collaborate with all public and non-government organisations currently engaged in sustainable development and environmental education projects."
- "Use an online platform where educators and students can meet and collaborate on issues that are common or just to learn more about the others' issues."
- "Connect classrooms from different areas of the globe via distance learning technology to share local concerns and actions with their partner school."
- "GEEP could push collaboration forward to a new level by encouraging and evaluating EE practitioners on their ability to mobilize around collective impact, finding common metrics and concrete, actionable goals and timelines that can be followed."
- "Foster interdisciplinary and international collaboration by actively engaging EE stakeholders-- including educators, schools, citizens, organizations, businesses, academics, and governments—in decision-making."
- "Develop virtual and in-person learning opportunities (between students, EE professionals, etc.) to support distance learning and collaboration, and prioritize outreach to educators in developing countries and those without organizing bodies, like associations."
- "Prioritize the sharing of resources in multiple languages by partnering with bilingual organizations and individuals who understand EE content, and who can help translate."
- "Develop a set of common measures for success, co-created by educators around the world, for use in demonstrating the multi-dimensional impact of EE, and its relationship to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals."
- "Establish a global fund for the exchange of ideas and practices for environmental education (we should think, share, educators, and act together)."
- "The GEEP could push collaboration forward to a new level by encouraging and evaluating EE practitioners on their ability to mobilize around collective impact, finding common metrics and concrete, actionable goals and timelines that can be followed."
- "We can't keep doing our own thing and just evaluate our own programs and not sure the learning. How can we roll up our data and look to trends and effective practice on a larger scale?"
- "Develop a broader, more inclusive, model for networking."