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Here's where you can find out about up and coming Education for Sustainability competitions, workshops, events and other exciting goings on that we've heard about through our networks.
Pop back often - the list is regularly updated!

National Facilitator hui

5-7 April 2017

Our National hui are a time for us to come together to energise and connect, to build our knowledge and share ideas, and to celebrate and be inspired by all that is happening in the Enviroschools network.

This year we are holding a National Facilitator hui in Hamilton, from 5-7 April. At this hui there will be a focus on professional development and our Enviroschools resources, Māori Perspectives and effective facilitation for deepening practice.

The hui is open to all Enviroschools Facilitators (ECE, Primary and Secondary) and Regional Coordinators, to register please click here (the link will take you to the Facilitator Tools section of the website).

Registrations close 5pm Friday 24 February. 

YELF! The Youth Enviroleaders Forum 2017 - leadership development for keen environmentalists at secondary schools

Auckland, 18 – 24 April 2017 

The Sir Peter Blake Trust is bringing together keen young environmentalists for the 2017 Youth Enviroleaders Forum. 2017's theme is OCEANS

The YELF programme is a fully funded, week long leadership development adventure which is open to all year 11-13 students in New Zealand. Young people with leadership potential and a passion for the environment come together to take part in outdoor adventures, learn about topical environmental issues facing our country and develop strategies to address them.

The YELF forum can open doors to Young Blake Expeditions - offering incredible opportunities for expeditions to remote and environmentally significant areas such as the Kermadecs and Sub-Antarctic Islands where students can learn from world class scientists and environmental leaders.

Check out the Sir Peter Black Trust website, or download the 2017 prospectus for more information.

Applications open: December 2016 -  February 2017
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