The FEE Annual Report for 2018 is ready!

discover LEAF successes for 2017-2018 through our FEE annual report

The Foundation for Environmental Education has just published its Annual Report for 2018. As always, the developments, achievements and impacts on both national and international level of all FEE programmes are pointed out.

In 2018, FEE has grown across the world reinforcing our truly global presence, strengthened by its geographic, social and cultural diversity.

>> For example, Learning about Forests expanded its membership base with new countries joining the network in Latin-America and Africa. LEAF welcomed on board Brazil and Mexico, as well as Tanzania. These countries proved themselves extremely adept at implementing LEAF and their contributions will no doubt be important.

In 2018, LEAF also attended high-level events during the year including the World Forum on Urban Forests in Italy, and the Forest Pedagogics Conference in Finland.

Attending such events helps to raise LEAF’s profile and enables valuable contacts to made.

LEAF facts for 2017-2018

  • More than 30 000 teachers participate in the LEAF programme

  • LEAF will celebrate its 20th Anniversary in 2020

  • Nearly 700 000 students participate in the LEAF programme

  • Drawn from the FAO’s Forestry Department, LEAF’s theme for 2019 is Forests and Education

  • From 2017 to 2018, three new countries and more than 90 000 students joined the LEAF programme

Do you want to know more? Have a look on our 2018 FEE Annual Report!

Picture from LEAF Ireland.

Picture from LEAF Ireland.