The Center for Environmental Education has many strong relationships and partnerships with non-profit organizations who share our mission and vision for an environmentally healthy future. We live at Unity College in Unity, Maine and continue to maintain strong ties to Antioch University New England, our previous home for 11 years. New partnerships are in the process of being forged. Please stay tuned to our growing associations and partners.

Unity College in Unity Maine

Unity College is the current home of the Center for Environmental Education. The Center operates as an exclusive yet additive entity within this supportive academic environment. Unity is a leader in the environmental movement, focused on sustainability in the classroom and in the real world. Our friendly campus community is full of active learners—both students and teachers—who collaborate in creating adventures that help you grow personally and professionally.

Unity is a college for contemporary times. Founded in 1965, we’ve been around long enough to know what we’re doing while we focus on contemporary issues and the future of the planet. We’re located on 225 wooded acres of farmland overlooking Unity Pond in the village of Unity, Maine, home to 1,800 friendly folks. Just over 500 eclectic, adventuresome students study here with nearly 60 dedicated, professional, outdoor-loving faculty members. And the whole state of Maine serves as our hands-on learning laboratory.

At Unity College, you learn by doing, through active and collaborative adventures that balance theory and practice. You can live your passion and make a difference in others’ lives and in the natural world. And you’ll develop your leadership skills in a welcoming, friendly community. We know you’ll like it here!

Antioch University New England in Keene, NH

Antioch University New England (formerly Antioch New England Graduate School) is a dynamic, innovative institution offering scholarly, practice-oriented, values-based graduate study.

Antioch New England serves 1,200 students and remains, by design, a small graduate school closely linked to the region, with national and global connections through its students, alumni, and institutional concerns. Our alumni, over 8,000 in number, constitute a strong network in leadership positions throughout New England, the United States, and the world. Many maintain an active involvement with ANE. “We challenge our community to improve the quality of life locally and globally through research, community action, professional service, and stewardship of the natural world.”

At Antioch New England, the Antioch legacy of high academic standards, integration of work and study, commitment to bypassed populations, and learner responsibility are intertwined with the New England traditions of self-reliance, small-community values, private action for the public good, respect for learning, and the development of the intellect.

Campaign for Environmental Literacy

The Campaign for Environmental Literacy provides YOU with a voice, and the tools, to advocate for increased federal funding for environmental education.

CEL is the first advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening national policy and legislation for environmental, ocean, conservation and sustainability education. Launched in 2005, CEL’s partners and members have helped restore over $25 million in funding cuts for environmental education. Over the past few years, CEL’s work has included: restoring funding for the EPA’s Office of Environmental Education; protecting and increasing funding for NOAA’s Office of Education and Sustainable Development; supporting passage of the Higher Education Sustainability Act; and supporting passage of the No Child Left Inside Act.

Visit the website for information about current legislative campaigns. Visit the discussion site to read, and to participate in the discussion. Join the campaign to act as an advocate, receiving email alerts when your voice is needed.