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Several other experts also addressed the forum, including Cam Mckenzie, ex-vice-president of the Australian Association of Environment Education, Judy Braus, executive director of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Mahesh Pradhan, UNEP's head of Environment Education and Training, Prof Arjen Wals, professor of Social learning and Sustainable Development at Wageningen University, Netherlands, Kartekeya Sarabhai, director of the Centre for Environment Education, India, and Pamela Puntenney, member of the United Nations Commission for Sustainable Development.
Professional certification for these people has been a topic of discussion for some time, and many organizations do offer this, including North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), National Association for Interpretation (NAI), Association for Challenge Course Technology, National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), college-affiliated degree programs, and others.
The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) describes an environmentally literate citizenry as individuals who understand and think in terms of systems, and who are capable of making well-informed policy decisions rooted in the belief that "humans can live compatibly with nature and act equitably towards each other" (2004a, p.
Some of the national organizations include the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, Canon Envirothon, Earth Day Network, Education Commission of the States, Environmental Council of the States, GLOBE, Keep American Beautiful, National Association for Interpretation, National Education Association, North American Association for Environmental Education, Student Conservation Association, United Nations-Environment Programme, Yellowstone National Park and Youth Service America.
In 2000, the North American Association for Environmental Education unveiled "Excellence in Environmental Education-Guidelines for Learning" (K-12).
North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Conference 2002.
The North American Association for Environmental Education, sponsors www.
member of the American Academy of Dermatology The Gray Panthers, d'Layne Kerr-Layton, Program Associate National Consumers League, Linda Golodner, President North American Association for Environmental Education, Edward McCrea, Executive Director Natural Resources Defense Council, Dan Lashof, Scientist The Sierra Club, Michael McCloskey, Chairman The Skin Cancer Foundation, Dr.