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Environmental Education Grants

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Grant funds shall be used to establish an education program which shall include, at a minimum: (1) Design, demonstration, or dissemination of environmental curricula, including development of educational tools and materials on specific topics for which there are no existing materials; (2) design and demonstration of field methods, practices, and techniques, including review of environmental and ecological conditions and analysis of environmental and pollution problems; (3) projects to understand and evaluate a specific environmental issue or a specific environmental problem; (4) provision of training or related education for teachers, faculty, or related personnel in a specific geographic area or region; and (5) design and demonstration of projects to foster international cooperation in addressing environmental issues and problems involving the United States and Canada or Mexico. Priority will be given to those projects which will develop: (a) a new or significantly improved environmental education practice, method, or technique; (b) an environmental education method which may have wide application; and (c) an environmental education method which addresses skills or scientific fields identified as a priority in the report developed by the National Environmental Education Advisory Council; and (d) an environmental education project which addresses an environmental issue which, in the judgment of the Administrator, is of a high priority. More specific priorities are listed above under Objectives and are specified in the annual Solicitation Notice. Restrictions: No funds made available for this program shall be used for technical training of environmental management professionals; or for advocacy or lobbying; or for acquisition of real property (including buildings) or the construction or substantial modification of any building.