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The GSNN Auction has been extended!

Green Schools National Network (GSNN) is extending its online silent auction for an additional week! Starting at 8:00am EDT on Friday March 24th, the auction will re-open and run until Friday March 31st at 5:00pm EDT. Two items (the Vail week and GoBQ) did sell during...
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Resolve to Make Responsible Chemical Management a Priority this National Healthy Schools Day

Parents send their children to school each day with the expectation that they will not only receive a good education, but that they will be cared for by teachers and school staff. Having a healthy learning environment is important for academic success, not to mention...
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Five Megatrends that will Shape the Future of Green Schools

Antwi Akom Ph.D. Founding Director UCSF and SFSU Social Innovation and Urban Opportunity Lab (SOUL) https://cvp.ucsf.edu/about/akom.html    Co-Founder Streetwyze.com ISEEED.org   NOTE: Dr. Akom is an opening keynote speaker at the 2017 Green Schools Conference and...
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Place-Based Education Opens Doors to Authentic Learning

Those of us who are engaged in environmental and sustainability literacy talk a lot about developing a “sense of place,” or a better understanding and appreciation for our immediate environment. This is not an easy task within the confines of a classroom environment....
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Using the Schoolyard for Place-Based Learning: A Close Look at the Lessons Learned by a Sustainable School in Washington DC

By. Tara McNerney, Sustainability Coordinator at Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School   It is raining. It looks like it could rain. It is cold. My students did not bring good shoes. There is construction happening across the street. How does one even teach...
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Project-Based Environmental Protection: Fostering the Next Generation of Problem-Solvers

By. Leanne Vennemeyer, science writer and communications specialist, and Camille Sowinski, Director with the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Internship Program   “100% chance of rain! Get ready!” shouts Hannah, a fifth-grade SWPPP intern.   While rain is...
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