News and Updates
Commemorating Mandela's historic visit to Boys and Girls High Schools in Brooklyn shortly after his release from prison in 1990, a team of volunteers marked Mandela Day with a music, marching and by cleaning up Fulton Park and a garden near the school. GSA's David Havens reports.
The Green Schools Alliance intern program empowers outstanding student environmental leaders with the skills, knowledge, and tools necessary to address climate and conservation challenges and better serve their schools and communities. This year, 39 high school students were selected.
Students at the sixth annual Student Climate & Conservation Congress brainstorm with some of the country's top environmental thinkers.This year's contingent of visitors included 110 students from 30 states and nine countries — Brazil, Colombia, France, Nepal, Peru, Somalia, Singapore, Togo and Ukraine — plus 40 faculty members.
The event will be opened by Plastik Tidak Fantastik Festival, a student-led festival in effort to ban plastic from the island of Bali.
On April 21, 2014, 250 students from 14 middle schools came together for a day of hands-on education and networking to make their schools--and communities-- a “greener” place.
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.