(The National Environmental Education and Training Foundation 1999/Roper Report Card).
(4.) National Environmental Education & Training Foundation (NEETF
(214.) Vandenbergh, Social Meaning, supra note 14, at 197 (citing 1999 NEETF
presented the award to MYA Executive Director Sharon Fuller at a ceremony in Washington, DC on January 20.
The CD-ROM encyclopedia is also supported by the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF
), the U.S.
Studies revealed that wasteful consumption is the root cause of much of environmental quality degradation through pollution and over-exploitation of resources, and this is the result of the accumulative action of individuals (The National Environment Education and Training Foundation (NEETF
)/Roper Report, (1999).
Sources and exposure agents would be identified through a pediatric environmental history taking process (NEETF
, 2006) or a pediatric environmental health assessment conducted during a home visit (NCHH, 2007).
Research by the National Environmental Education & Training Foundation (NEETF
) and Roper Public Affairs at NOP World tells that the average 12th grader (and by extension, the average adult) still falls far short of what would be considered "environmentally literate" by anyone's definition.
Several medical and nursing organizations have expressed their support of environmental health education for health care professionals by endorsing the Health Professionals and Environmental Health Education Position Statement [National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF
) 2004; Rogers 2004].
Responding to a gap in health professional education and public health risks posed by the widespread use of pesticides in the United States, the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF
) has released companion documents, "National Pesticide Competency Guidelines for Medical and Nursing Education" and "National Pesticide Practice Skills Guidelines for Medical and Nursing Practice." The educational competency guidelines are designed for use in basic and advanced components of educational institutions, and the practice skills guidelines are aimed at primary care practitioners.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Environmental Education & Training Foundation (NEETF
), in collaboration with the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Labor, developed the 10-year Pesticides Initiative.
Topics discussed include measuring success through student assessment, the Bay Schools Project (BSP), and a co-sponsored educational forum with the National Environmental Education Training Foundation (NEETF
) and the U.S.