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. OBJECTIVES Engage in cross-sector dialogues Learn from thought leaders of all ages Go […]
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2014 Green Schools National Conference Student Reflection from Green Schools Co-President Sam Koufman Last March I had the privilege of traveling to Sacramento, California to attend the Green School’s National Conference during which I had the pleasure of meeting many influential, diverse, and prominent environmental stewards who work in the environmental realm. Throughout my high school […]
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Green Schools Initiative and the Green Schools National Network are launching the 2nd Annual Nature’s Voices Student Story Contest to amplify the stories of young people creating a sustainable future. We invite students grades 6-12 to submit 500-1,000 word essays about how their green schools and environmental education experiences have inspired them, changed their thinking, […]
Paul Chapman of Inverness Associates has just released his full length report on his survey: Environmental Education and Sustainability in U.S. Public Schools. Environmental Education and Sustainability in U.S. Public Schools highlights his findings among the benefits of environmental education in public schools, the challenges facing green schools as well as recommendations for schools to develop green, […]
Planet Aid is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that collects and recycles used clothing and shoes to protect the environment and support charitable causes all over the world. From funding sustainable development projects in Africa, Asia and South America, to helping our local communities through fundraisers, outreach and events, Planet Aid is dedicated to working for the environment and for people. You may have seen […]