Ahmedabad, India: Center For Environmental Education.
What does CEE stand for?
CEE stands for Center for Environmental Education
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We have 248 other meanings of CEE in our Acronym Attic
- Centre de Documentation Universitaire, Scientifique et Technique (French: Center of Academic, Scientific and Technical Literature)
- Carotid End-Diastolic Velocity
- Cedar Waxwing (bird species)
- Centre des Écritures Dramatiques Wallonie-Bruxelles (French: Scripture Drama Center Wallonia-Brussels; Belgium)
- Captured Enemy Equipment
- Catholic Engaged Encounters
- Center for Economic Education
- Center for Educational Exchange (Vietnam)
- Center for Entrepreneurial Education
- Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence (various locations)
- Center for Excellence in Education
- Center for Executive Education
- Center for Experiential Education (various schools)
- Center of Excellence & Expertise (US CBP)
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Central East-European
- Central European Experience (tourism)
- Centre d'Entrepreneuriat et d'Essaimage (French: Center for Entrepreneurship and Spin; University of Quebec at Chicoutimi; Canada)
- Centre d'Études de l'Emploi (French: Centre for Labor Studies)
- Centre d'Etudes de l'Ennéagramme (French: Center for Studies of the Enneagram; Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
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She founded the Center for Environmental Education in 1988 to help teach K-12 schools how to create environmental leadership among kids through the curriculum, the lunch room and energy-saving, healthy building initiatives.
FIVE MILES SOUTH OF SEDONA, Arizona, the new Red Rock State Park Center for Environmental Education provides an inspiring setting for learning about the region's ecology and geology while enjoying hiking, bird-watching, and nature programs.
According to a report issued last week by the Center for Environmental Education (CEE), the EPA failed to take appropriate action on nearly one-third of the approximately 40 pesticides found between 1980 and late 1984 to threaten endangered species.