Australian Association for Environmental Education
Dr Jennifer Pearson
Australian Association for Environmental Education.
PO Box 996
Cotton Tree, Queensland, 4558
Tel: +61 7 5479 1424
AAEE is Australia’s peak professional body for environmental educators
AAEE advocates for environmental education and promotes best practice. It contributes to skills development among educators across the country and internationally.
Environmental educators work in government agencies, schools, businesses and community organisations. AAEE helps them stay at the forefront of sustainability education and behaviour change. It provides a network for the growing network of cross-sector environmental educators. There are approximately 550 members throughout Australia with an executive of 12 members. The National Executive is drawn from at least 4 States and Chapters.
- AAEE exist to provide a forum for the Australian community to share their knowledge and expertise. It also serves to represent environmental educators discussions, debates and recommendations to issues and directions for a sustainable future.
- AAEE includes a number of Special Interest Groups (SIG's) for members: Teacher and Teacher Educator; Early Childhood; Decade of Education for Sustainable Development; Research student and early career researcher.
- AAEE has professional links with similar associations and we ensure a positive, cooperative and inclusive framework for change through education.
- Official Website of the Australian Association for Environmental Education AAEE’s approach to promoting environmental education is positive, cooperative and inclusive. Over almost 30 years, AAEE has worked with government and non-government organisations in the interests of quality education and environmental change. -www.aaee.org.au