News and Updates
Student Environmental leaders gathered at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) for a weeklong leadership training.
Classes grow the plants from seed to provide nourishment for monarch butterflies, bees, and other pollinators in the Gateway National Recreation Area,
June 28th - July 3. Ec3/GREEN is the NEW week-long professional development program for school sustainability change-makers. Like Sc3, this program is being offered in partnership with NCTC.
On May 2 2015, California State PTA adopted a resolution on climate change and climate change education, entitled "Climate Change is a Children's Issue" at its annual convention in Sacramento
Working with NOAA, NASA, and DOE, the Challenge asks grade-level teams to develop projects showcasing interdisciplinary approaches to addressing climate change.
The Green Cup Challenge® invites all K-12 schools to measure/reduce campus energy use, improve recycling and waste reduction programs, and promote water conservation.
Rising 9th-12th grade student leaders can become U.S. Green School Fellows and train with world-renown experts at the prestigious Sc3 Congress.
School-hosted GSAx Conferences, Resource Fairs, and Workshops build local networks and connect schools with resources to meet their sustainability goals.