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Save the Date: Green Schools Summit at Boston University

Posted by Tammy Thornton on February 15, 2015
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DATE: April 8, 2015

Each spring, Green Schools hosts its Annual Massachusetts Green Schools Summit. Now in its 8th year, the Massachusetts Green Schools Summit connects stakeholders from government, education, business, community, nonprofit organizations, and leaders of all ages interested in Green Schools & Communities.


  • Engage in cross-sector dialogues
  • Learn from thought leaders of all ages
  • Go back to your school and community armed with knowledge and resources to Green Your School


  • Municipal and state government officials and staff
  • K-12 & Higher Education staff and faculty
  • Students (suggested for Middle School aged students and above)
  • Businesses
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Community Members
  • Parents
  • Everyone interested in the Green Schools Movement and environmental transformation



Green Schools Returns to The White House

Posted by Tammy Thornton on February 18, 2015
Jamison at climate march


White House Hosts Green Schools and National Green Schools Society Students for Climate Education and Literacy Student Round Table
Pictured L to R: Robin Organ, Executive Director and Founder of Green Schools; Back Row: Charles Orgbon III, Avalon Theisen, Jillian Rizzitano, Samuel Koufman, Green Schools Director of Schools and Students, Maureen Aylward; Front Row: Lynnea Shuck, Jamison Wrinn and Haley Organ

On Monday, February 9th, 2015 at 3:15 PM, the White House hosted eight students from Green Schools, National Green Schools Society, and affiliated organizations for a student round table discussion on Climate Education and Literacy. The student round table coincided with the Champions of Change event that is celebrating eight Americans who are doing extraordinary work to enhance climate education and literacy in classrooms and communities across the country.

The eight students invited to attend are student leaders, environmental stewards, and change agents in their respective schools. This group of students represent middle school, high school and undergraduate college students. These award-winning students are leading the charge for youth-driven change bringing the youth voice to the issues of climate change, climate education and awareness, environmental protection, transition to renewable energy, and reduction of carbon pollution.

Meet the students (Read the rest...)