Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides
26 – 30 September, 2021
Mandurah, Western Australia
Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) 21st Biennial National Conference and 4th Research Symposium
Abstracts Open Now
We’re pleased to invite presenters to submit their abstracts for the September aaee2021 conference.
Submissions close Friday, 30 April.
Invitation to aaee2021
We invite you to join us at the 21st Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) Biennial Conference and 4th Research Symposium.
Hosted in Mandurah, Western Australia, a city renowned for its beautiful waterways, internationally recognised wetlands, ancient thrombolites and enchanting plants and wildlife. This global biodiversity hotspot truly is Mandjoogoordap: the meeting place of the heart.
Inspired by moving local examples, resilience theory, and Mandurah’s relaxed waterside lifestyle, Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides aims to showcase innovative, practical and effective tools to help us “change the tides” of environmental and sustainability education.
This intergenerational, inclusive and inspiring event ensures an anticipated 300 delegates will be immersed in the latest thinking and exposed to the best information and resources. With sustainability professionals and educators from all sectors, including education, government, NGOs and community groups, ours is an audience that values authentic ideas and ways of working.
Join us in the Noongar time of Kambarang, the season of birth, when the weather starts to warm, rain eases and we see an abundance of wildflowers and new arrivals. Together, we will explore, discuss and learn from others who are working to empower their communities to action change.
Sharing the latest in theory, policy and practice, our focus is turning this conference moment into a movement by challenging old thinking and fostering innovation and futures thinking. We look forward to changing the tides of this incredible field with you, and we welcome you to our Mandurah, our Mandjoogoordap – meeting place of the heart.
Dr Jennifer Pearson, AAEE President; AAEE (WA), Convenor
Ms Bonnie Beal Richardson,
City of Mandurah, Senior Environmental Education Officer
Miss Bella Burgemeister, Millennium Kids Youth Board
Dr Catherine Baudains
Mr Joshua Brown
Ms Katherine Gaschk
Ms Amy Krupa
Ms Alanna Gardner Bell
Ms Barbara Sing
Ms Sarah Stevenson
The AAEE’s 21st Biennial National Conference will attract over 300 dedicated sustainability and educational professionals from across Australia, New Zealand, our overseas neighbours and MOU Partners in the United States, Japan and Abu Dhabi.
The 2021 conference, Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides, aims to showcase innovative, practical and effective tools to help us “change the tides” of environmental and sustainability education.
For more information about this years’ program,
please click here.
We would be pleased to have you to join us for the fourth biennial AAEE Research Symposium in September 2021. The key purpose of the Research Symposium is to deliver a high quality, interactive, inclusive, conversation-driven event that contributes to the development and growth of the environmental and sustainability education research communities in Australasia.
For information on this years’ Research Symposium,
please click here
The AAEE 2021 Conference Exhibition will be run in conjunction with the conference program, and its practical sustainability intentions. It seeks to showcase the best and latest products and services effective in assisting environmental and sustainability educators.
If your organisation is interested in showcasing your products and services, extending your networks and reaching new audiences, please click here to find out how to get involved.
AAEE2021 Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides is proudly sponsored by:
All persons intending to attend the Conference must complete a Registration Form.
Registration for the 2021 Conference and Research Symposium will open in late 2020 for all interested persons.