LEX 2019

LEX 2019

LEX 2019

Educating for a Just and Sustainable Future

The 2019 Research Symposium and Annual Conference were held October 15–19, 2019 in Lexington, KY. It was the largest and most successful conference to date. Download the full program here and visit naaee.org for more information and to see our work.

Did you know that North America is a global hot spot for salamander diversity? Kentucky—home to 35 species of salamanders—has among the greatest diversity of salamander species in the world. 

Clockwise below: tiger salamander, marbled salamander, spotted salamander, Northern dusky salamander, common mudpuppy, red salamander, smallmouth salamander.

Artwork donated by Scarlett, who supports environmental education in Kentucky and beyond.

Rethink Outside

Rethink Outside

World Wildlife Fund – The Nature of Risk

World Wildlife Fund – The Nature of Risk

Women & Justice Project

Women & Justice Project

GALvanize USA

GALvanize USA

Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States

Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States

Out client, Meridian Institute worked with U.S. EPA Region 9, ReNUWIt, The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, and Paradigm Environmental to provide stakeholder outreach, facilitation, and report writing support for a workshop focused on identifying strategies for overcoming institutional barriers to potable water reuse.

The final report, Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States: Strategies for Leveling the Playing Field, aims to is intended to developed from the discussions will inform both the ongoing dialogue about potable water reuse, as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and other agencies’ understanding of the complexities of existing institutional barriers.

To download the full PDF, follow the link here.