Building a Greenhouse with Other People’s Garbage

Building a Greenhouse with Other People’s Garbage

By. David Ropa, 7th grade science teacher at Spring Harbor Environmental Magnet Middle School (Madison, Wisconsin)   This Earth Day marks the one year anniversary of the grand opening of the Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Greenhouse at Spring Harbor. The...
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How Greener School Lunches Can Help Fight Climate Change

How Greener School Lunches Can Help Fight Climate Change

By. Kari Hamerschlag and Christopher D. Cook   As schools and youth become leaders in greening efforts nationwide, an inspiring story from Oakland, California suggests a critical new arena where schools can make a big difference in tackling climate change: the...
Five Megatrends that will Shape the Future of Green Schools

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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What We’ve Learned: Planting EcoRise Schools in a Green Future

What We’ve Learned: Planting EcoRise Schools in a Green Future

By: Sarayu Adeni, EcoRise Youth Innovations   How do you make a school—or an organization—sustainable? Whether you’re a teacher, administrator, or just interested in the green schools movement, you probably know that it’s an ongoing effort. As part of our mission...