To connect through education to advance understandings and actions in relation to environmental and sustainability issues across all communities and education sectors.
AAEE Conference Papers
AAEE 18th Biennial Conference Hobart 2014: Sustainability – Smart Strategies for the 21C
AAEE 2014 Conference Presentations
AAEE 17th Biennial Conference Melbourne 2012: Creating your next Courageous Steps (Next Steps 2012).
The 17th Biennial AAEE 2012 Conference – Creating your next Courageous Steps (Next Steps 2012) -was held at the Sebel Albert Park in St Kilda between September 30th and October 3rd 2012. Hosted by the Victorian Association for Environmental Education (VAEE), the Victorian chapter of AAEE. VAEE and AAEE engage in activities which strengthen networks and partnerships to further build the capacity of educators to assist schools, tertiary institutions, government and business to incorporate the sustainable practices into their operations and into their curriculum. We delivered a conference that both exemplifies and enables courage to take the next step on our Environmental Education journey.
A special Edition of the AJEE – Volume 29 – Special Issue 01 (Creating our next courageous steps) was dedicated to Professor Frank Fisher of Swinburne University. The VAEE provided a eulogy in the edition in recognition of Franks considerable work and influence of EfS over his life, 1943 – 2012, with humble thanks for all his efforts.
AAEE 16th Biennial Conference Canberra 2010: Leading change – Living for one planet.
The future depends on ecological sustainability this conference challenge economic, social and political assumptions undermining our capacity to act with hope towards a desired future. A fully integrated youth program ensured this conference inspired commitment to personal and collective action to challenge these assumptions.
AAEE 15th Biennial Conference Darwin 2008: Environmental education up the track – Hot topics for our community
Tropical topics, engaging and involving Indigenous Australians and isolated communities across Northern Australia. The Youth Conference, lead by Millennium Kids Inc, connecting youth organisations and groups across the nation using video link ups.
2008 AAEE Conferance Non Referred Book1 Please note that this is in 5 parts due to the size of the files.
AAEE 14th Biennial Conference Bunbury 2006: Sharing wisdom for our future; Environmental education in action
Bunbury is 2 hours south of Perth the capital of Western Australia at the centre of the biodiversity hotspot in the southwest. This conference incorporated the first Council of Widom groups where elders from the Noongar Community along with elders from the AAEE community debated how to engage with all communities to bring about lasting behavioural changes needed for a shared future. This was also the first conference to have a concurrent Youth Conference incoporated into the structure and was coordinated by Millennium Kids Inc for WA youth.
2006 AAEE Conference Program with Abstracts
2006 AAEE Conference Referred Journal and Non Refereed Journal
AAEE 13th Biennial Conference Adelaide 2004
2004 AAEE Conference Program with Abstracts
2004 AAEE Conference Referred Journal and Non Refereed Journal
AAEE 12th Biennial Conference Brisbane 2002
AAEE 11th Biennial Conference 2000
AAEE 10th Biennial Conference 1998
AAEE 9th Biennial Conference 1996
AAEE 8th Biennial Conference 1994
AAEE 7th Biennial Conference Perth 1992: Linking the Community
AAEE 6th Biennial Conference Adelaide 1990
AAEE 5th Biennial Conference 1988
AAEE 4th Biennial Conference 1986
AAEE 3rd Biennial Conference 1984
AAEE 2nd Biennial Conference 1982
AAEE Inaugural Biennial Conference 1980
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