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Why Sustainability Makes Good Economic Sense

Why Sustainability Makes Good Economic Sense

This article originally appeared in the March 2015 School Business Affairs magazine and is reprinted with permission of the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO). The text herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of ASBO...

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Reck on the Road: Trashion show

Reck on the Road: Trashion show

The Green Schools National buy ambien online india Conference was just in Virginia Beach and one of the highlights of the conference is the Trashion show. Students from six area high schools made clothes from recyclable material and trash. The Green Schools National...

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One Voice, One Movement

One Voice, One Movement

At last year’s Green order ambien cr online Schools National Conference, we called upon all who were assembled to speak with one voice and act as one movement. We’ve spent the last 11 months living that promise and learning when we speak and act as one community, we...

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Increase Your Green: People, Planet, and Profits

Increase Your Green: People, Planet, and Profits

Sustainability practices make good sense environmentally and financially. By Jennifer Seydel and Erin Green   Thanks to a growing body of research, we know that green, sustainable schools have a positive effect on student health and academic achievement. But...

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GSNC2014 Highlights on Go Green Radio

GSNC2014 Highlights on Go Green Radio

The Green Schools National Network held its annual conference in Sacramento, CA in late March 2014, and I had the chance to interview some of the leaders on the GSNN Advisory Board. On todays’ episode, you’ll hear from…

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Making the Case

Making the Case

Students and teachers at South Shore Public Charter School in Massachusetts proudly display the award they received in Scholastic's "America's Greenest School" competition at the Green Schools Summit; the school has also been recognized with a National Green...

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Seeing the future

Seeing the future

A Message from the Green Schools National Network Executive Director Dr. Jennifer Seydel Every once in a while, I see the future. Forget the crystal ball and the tarot cards – in this particular case, my vision of where we’re all headed was triggered by a group of...

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Strategic Planning, here we come!

Strategic Planning, here we come!

A Message from the Green Schools National Network Executive Director Dr. Jennifer Seydel Planning for the future is not just a useful exercise, it’s a critical need. And that’s why I’m so very pleased to announce that our strategic planning process is soon to get...

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