Help Lower School students understand Climate Change in a way that they can hear. Do you know how many elephants worth of CO2 your car equals!?
Make the Case!
Be persuasive! Convince your fellow students, family, and the world at large to join the green movement. Here are some presentations that students have used to make their case. Use our presentations or create your own.
See what students can do to educate their community about Climate Change. Tatiana Perez, a 2010 Sc3 Student Fellow, and Hannah Lynch, another student in the same school, created this presentation to build support for their student Club. You can do this too!!!
Explore this PPT Presentation by Chicago Public School Sustainability Coordinator, Suzanne Carlson, as it explains to young students how they can make a difference and why it's important to red
People tend to recycle more and with more accuracy when laminated signs are placed ABOVE the mouth of the bins. If your bin is freestanding, staple each one to the tope of a furring strip or 1x2" strip of wood secured to bin via wood screw or duct tape. For vector files to customize for
An engaging booklet aimed at children and youth on issues of sustainability developed by INPE (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Especiais, or National Institue for Space Research).
It was originally written in Portuguese for the 2012 UN Conference Rio + 20. The English version ca
Learn about, "How Schools Can Make the Grade with Green Power." The GSA and the EPA Green Power Partnership are collaborating to explain the A,B,Cs of Green Power and bring Green Power solutions to your school. Check out this PPT as a primer on Green Power Purchasing that you can presen
This US Fish & Wildlife Service's Schoolyard Habitat Project Guide offers teaching and learning opportunities in many discipline areas and provides opportunities for long-term data collection.