Kansas Environmental Leadership: Partners

The Climate + Energy Project is honored to partner with Kansas Leadership Center (KLC) and Kansas Association for Environmental Education (KACEE) to offer Kansas Environmental Leadership. Together we will strengthen the network of individuals across Kansas equipped to help organizations and communities bring environmental education into the conversation.  

The Kansas Leadership Center is a nonprofit organization committed to fostering leadership for stronger, healthier and more prosperous Kansas communities. Since its founding in 2007, the center has trained more than 7,500 people from across Kansas and the United States, and from around the world. Learn more on the KLC website

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One of the first and largest conservation and environmental education organizations in the nation, the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1969 with the mission to accelerate environmental literacy and conservation in Kansas through non-biased, science-based environmental education. KACEEā€™s diverse statewide partnerships network includes more than 700 organizations, businesses, agencies and schools and 350 individuals.


At the core of its work is environmental education professional development. Since 1970, KACEE has provided professional development for more than 21,000 educators, impacting an estimated 350,000 Kansas students. KACEE also coordinates the Kansas Green School network, working with over 450 schools and 19 school districts from across the state in engaging students to lead the way in creating greener and healthier schools. Learn more about KACEE and Kansas Green Schools at www.kacee.org and www.kansasgreenschools.org.