News and Updates
A Call to Action to Advance Climate Education and Literacy by White House Office of Science and Technology PolicySend your ideas, commitments, summaries of your work in this area, or even photos of you, your students, and colleagues working to enhance climate literacy to [email protected] by November 7.
GSA schools from across the country were out in force on Sunday, September 21st to stand shoulder to shoulder with the 400,000+ people who came to NYC asking the United Nations to address Climate Change
With 3,000 new solar installations, today's 3,752 solar schools, a 5-fold increase between 2008-12, is powering tens of thousands of classrooms and offsetting nearly 443,000 metric tons of CO2/yr.
More than 100 middle school and high school students gathered at City Hall this morning to urge on-the-fence council members to support a 10 cent fee on plastic bags.
Playing in schoolyards that feature natural habitats and trees and not just asphalt and recreation equipment reduces children’s stress and inattention
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.
The Renewable Energy Consortium for Schools (RECs) is aggregating purchasing power to buy green energy at the lowest price.
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.