Foundation for Environmental Education and Eco-Schools

The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) was launched in 1981 and went on to create the Eco-Schools programme in 1994 with support from the European Commission.  Eco-Schools was identified by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) as a model initiative for Education for Sustainable Development in 2003.  Currently, there are over 64 countries around the world participating in the programme.  Follow FEE on Facebook and @FEEInt on Twitter. Follow Eco-Schools on Facebook and @EcoSchoolsInt on Twitter.


National Wildlife Federation

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is America's largest wildlife conservation and education organisation, uniting all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world.  In December 2008, NWF was granted host status for the K-12 Eco-Schools programme in the United States by The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).  In America, the programme is known as “Eco-Schools USA.”  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Alcoa Foundation

Alcoa Foundation’s predecessor, currently known as Legacy Alcoa Foundation (and formerly known as Alcoa Foundation), was founded in 1952 as one of the few endowed corporate foundations in the United States. As a result of the separation of Alcoa Inc. into Alcoa Corporation and Arconic Inc. in November 2016, two new foundations were formed, into which the assets of Legacy Alcoa Foundation were transferred.  One of the newly formed foundations, known now as Alcoa Foundation, is the foundation associated with Alcoa Corporation.  Today, Alcoa Foundation invests where Alcoa Corporation has a presence, providing grants that contribute to environmental excellence around the world, particularly in the areas of biodiversity conservation and climate change research. Learn more at and follow @AlcoaFoundation on Twitter.