Protectors of the Amazon: How Indigenous People are the Key to Amazon Conservation
The Amazon rainforest is one of the most crucial areas of land on our entire planet concerning the earth’s viability, a reality that indigenous groups in the forest have known for thousands of years. When we look to the future of conservation...
A Conversation on Climate Change
Where We Are, Where We Are Headed - Watch this video with Dr. Roger W. Mustalish of Creighton Universuty, President of the ACEER Foundation in conversation with Dr. Paul Morgan regarding Climate Change - part of National Public Health Week.
ACEER Launches Foldscope in the Peruvian Amazon
Watch this short video of an amazing learning tool...the Foldscope. Putting the power of a microscope in the hands of students and teachers alike.
The Ese'Eja - People of the Amazon
Following an impressive opening in Washington, D.C. at the Peruvian Embassy and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, where it was seen by more than 40,000 people, the Ese'Eja exhibit is touring the country. Go to www.eseeja.org
to learn more about this exhibit.
Conservation Learning Web
The ACEER Conservation Learning Web builds upon the 25+ years of experience and success of our organization in Peru. It integrates experiential school-based environmental education programs and field-based teacher training with out-of-school programs, higher education, sustainable businesses, families, and local and global conservation NGOs.
ACEER’s Puppet House
Fun fact! ACEER Foundation
has its own puppet program used by teachers to develop learning activities through the use of puppets, music and songs, artistic creativity and field activities, strengthening their capacities and attitudes about knowledge and care of the environment.