Supporting Environment and Energy Education Providers

The Alberta Council for Environmental Education supports environment and energy education providers by helping to:

  • Understand more about environment and energy education (e.g. current research and best practices) and make connections between environment, energy and climate change,
  • Share and learn together as a community to improve our programs and lead to more collaboration, and
  • Work collectively to advance environment and energy education by creating regional and provincial common agendas.

There are over 100 environment and energy education providers active within Alberta. See the full list here

"The showcase and the ideas on structuring narratives has given me some useful models and inspiration to re-create my outreach products." - Dave Ealey, Wagner Natural Area

Provincial Summits

Declaration in Support of Environmental Education

The first thing created from the Summit is the Declaration in Support of Environmental Education that was unveiled during the Recharge Conference. Over 75 people have already shown their support for the Declaration. It outlines the priorities and conditions needed to support environmental education. READ AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE DECLARATION.

The group also explored how to work together with government and educational leaders to ensure the priorities and conditions are met. We are working hard to summarize this work to provide some next steps. More on this soon!


Upcoming Workshops and Webinars

ACEE continues to support those that provide environmental education across Alberta. We are working on our plans for 2020.

Workshops topics that we have or will deliver (based on needs assessment):

Questions -  contact Kathy Worobec - kathy[at]

Workshops Delivered and Resources


Regional Networks

ACEE is creating regional networks to support environmental and energy educators at the regional level. Having regional networks will strengthen the environmental and energy education community and connect the regional networks as a provincial network. We will announce these soon.

The regional coordinators will strengthen the regional network by creating more opportunities for the community to connect (formally and informally). ACEE will support the regional coordinators by providing content for formal gatherings (from the workshop list below) and form a provincial advisory committee for regional coordinators to connect, provide guidance for our work and help create a provincial common agenda to advance environmental and energy education.

Contact Kathy Worobec - kathy[at] - if you'd like to learn more or are interested in becoming a regional coordinator (Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Red Deer, Lethbridge).

Needs Assessment

ACEE conducted an agency needs assessment to better understand how we can help environmental educators in Alberta to deliver impactful energy education. We've summarized the results into a report (see link below). There were three lucky winners of the MEC gift cards. Thank you to everyone that responded. We are using this information to guide our work.

Thank you to the following for supporting this work