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New Knowledge Organization Ltd. is a non-profit think tank and planning group that helps cultural, educational, research, health, environmental, media, and free-learning organizations. Our work aims to expand programs in ways that increase social knowledge, positive lived experiences, and ecological harmony.

What we do

Health & Wellness

Wellness Exploring how to encourage
self-awareness in the pursuit of health and personal wellness.

Cultural Growth

Wellness Exploring how cultural participation can encourage the dissemination and adoption of new knowledge in society.


Wellness Exploring how experiences in contemporary media increase potentials for personal growth and acquisition of knowledge.


Wellness Exploring the motivations and benefits of developing greater symbiotic relationships with the nature on which human life depends.

recent blog posts

The Emotional Life of the Environmental Educator – new book chapter!

NewKnowledge is excited to spread the word about a new book entitled, Trading Zones in Environmental Education, edited by our colleague Marianne E. Krasny, along with Justin Dillon. John Fraser of NewKnowledge collaborated with Carol B. Brandt on the chapter, “The Emotional Life of the Environmental Educator.” The chapter explores the emotional life of the environmental educator and the […]

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AAAS 2013 – The Untapped Potential of Zoos in Conservation Science

On Saturday, February 16, 2013, Dr. John Fraser will be presenting “The Untapped Potential of Zoos in Conservation Science” at the AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. The presentation will focus on an integrated approach to zoo species selection based on the conservation priority of serving the […]

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AEA Conference Evaluation in Complex Ecologies

On Friday, October 26 at 8:00 – 9:30 am, Dr. John Fraser will be participating on the panel: “Tri-Agency Efforts Toward a Common Evaluation Framework for Climate Change Education Projects: Discussion in the Context of 2012 Recommendations for the Evaluation of Federally Funded STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Education Initiatives,” and “More and Fuzzier […]

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