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CLEAN STEM Flash
The Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)'s CLEAN STEM Flash is a topical newsletter that links selected resources from the CLEAN collection with current climate and energy events in the news. This series features a variety of top-rated CLEAN resources—from activities, labs, and demonstrations to data sets, visualizations and videos—to support educators in connecting climate and energy to our everyday lives. Learn more about this program at https://cleanet.org/ and click below to subscribe!
NOAA's Data in the Classroom website.
Data in the Classroom
With NOAA’s Data in the Classroom, students use real-time ocean data to explore today’s most pressing environmental issues, and develop problem-solving skills employed by scientists. Access online and classroom-ready curriculum activities with a scaled approach to learning and easy-to-use data exploration tools. Sign up to receive occasional updates about educational products, webinars and events related NOAA Data in the Classroom. Learn more about this program at https://dataintheclassroom.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
Marine debris washed up on a beach.
Marine Debris Blog
The NOAA Marine Debris Program hosts a blog, where they regularly post about community action, emergency response, garbage patches, grant opportunities and more. Subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Learn more about this program at https://marinedebris.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
Marine debris cleanup.
Marine Debris Program: Turning the Tide on Trash
The monthly Turning the Tide on Trash newsletter from the NOAA Marine Debris Program (MDP) promotes projects done by MDP and their grantees, shares their annual reports, and informs people about grants and contests. Learn more about this program at https://marinedebris.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
Yufei F., Grade 5. NOAA Marine Debris Program Art Contest 2018.
Marine Debris Program Educator Newsletter
The NOAA Marine Debris Program has a newsletter just for educators to help engage them and their students in this local and global issue. Learn more about this program at https://marinedebris.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
NOAA's remotely operated vehicle Deep Discoverer surveys a natural extrusion of tar on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico.
Ocean Exploration newsletters
The NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research sends out two newsletters: One specifically for educators and the other for updates about new content posted to their website. The educator newsletter provides announcements on professional development workshops, ocean exploration expeditions, education materials, expedition webinars, and more. Sign up for one or both! Learn more about this program at https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
NOAA Ocean Today Coral Comeback.
Ocean Today
Watch. Explore. Discover. Welcome to Ocean Today. View the beauty and mystery of the ocean realm captured on video around the globe. Subscribe to receive email notifications when there is new content published to the Ocean Today website. Sign up for one or both! Learn more about this program at https://oceantoday.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!
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Planet Stewards
NOAA Planet Stewards provides formal and informal educators working with K-16 students access to opportunities and resources enabling them to build scientifically literate individuals and communities who are prepared to respond to environmental challenges monitored by NOAA. Subscribe to the NOAA Planet Stewards Mailing List for program announcements and a bimonthly newsletter with professional development opportunities, educational resources, and more! Learn more about this program at https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/planet-stewards/welcome.html and click below to subscribe!
A pair of masked boobies perch themselves on top of two green sea turtles resting on a beach in the Papahauanmokuakea Marine National Monument in the Pacific.
Sea to Shining Sea: The National Marine Sanctuary System's Newsletter
From the western Pacific waters of American Samoa, east to the Atlantic Ocean, NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries manages a national network of special places, encompassing more than 600,000 square miles of U.S. ocean and Great Lakes waters. The Office of National Marine Sanctuaries publishes a national newsletter in electronic format and distributed via email to keep our colleagues, collaborators and you! informed about the many activities and accomplishments that take place within our 14 national marine sanctuaries and Papahānaumokuākea and Rose Atoll marine national monuments. Learn more about this program at https://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/ and click below to subscribe!