News and Updates
The national security implications of climate change impacts are far-reaching, exacerbating existing stressors, contributing to poverty, environmental degradation, and political instability, and providing enabling environments for terrorist activity abroad.
Science teacher, Diane Corrigan and her first grade students are learning about the life cycle of monarch butterflies and helping this declining species at the same time. Click to watch the segment on the Today’s Show.
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.