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New Book Encourages Leading With a Green Frame of Mind

  Leadership for Green Schools, a new book released this month, provides educational leaders, teachers, facility professionals, and community partners with the tools they need to lead and manage greener, more sustainable schools. Authors Lisa A.W. Kensler and... read more

Watersheds Unite Us as a Global Community

Water is life.  That is the title of a curriculum module I wrote in partnership with EL Education for Achieve the Core, an online source of classroom resources for educators.  Teaching students about water, water conservation, and watersheds is deeply important to me.... read more

Watershed Education: Integrating Science and the Humanities

By. Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Education Director at the Global Oneness Project   To live by a large river is to be kept in the heart of things. – John Haines   “The fundamental work of the 21st century has got to be river and watershed restoration, because all of... read more

Students Design Stormwater Solutions

by Philippe Cousteau, Jr. and Stacey Rafalowski, EarthEcho International   Climate change. Ocean acidification. Plastic pollution. Dead zones. Global challenges like these exist at the complex nexus of political discourse, social norms, economics, scientific... read more

Milwaukee’s Emphasis on Water Sustainability at Schools

By. Justin Hegarty, P.E., LEED A.P., Executive Director of Reflo – Sustainable Water Solutions, Milwaukee, Wisconsin   In Milwaukee, everyone talks about water.  Now even our schools are getting in on the conversation.  It seemed like the Milwaukee-area was a bit... read more