Faces of the Movement
"One century ago, President Theodore Roosevelt articulated a vision for a 'Global Conservation Corps' that would reach and motivate every corner of society . . .
WHAT CONCERNS YOU? WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT IT? WHAT'S YOUR POSITIVE VISION FOR THE FUTURE? 60 SECOND SOLUTIONS >>
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"My greatest concern is overpopulation today. Depletion of our natural resources is a big problem, pollution, crowding, not having enough food or water for everyone, not having enough space."
-- Aimee, 2009 Sc3 Fellow
"My greatest concern is that people around the world are completely unaware that their actions as individuals, our actions as a global community, have long-lasting effects in the world."
-- Matan, 2009 Sc3 Fellow
"We understand that we are part of the 'web of life' and have a responsibility toward tomorrow. Through the Sc3 Congress, we learned to have a voice in the decisions that are being made today. Doing everything from changing light bulbs, to protecting habitat, to engaging decision makers, there is a role for everyone."
"By helping to create green schools and communities, we not only reduce the environmental impact of buildings and human actions, but we protect all living things and wild places."
- Jaclyn Bergeron, Sc3 Senior Fellow
"We are Green Schools Alliance!"
Jose Vasconselos School, Mexico
" Simple changes make a difference."
Kelly, Grade 11, 2009 Sc3 Fellow
Sc3 is bringing young environmental activists together to form an unrivaled global movement of students changing the world, one classroom, one school and one community at a time. There is no other organization that provides students with the kinds of resources and support network that sc3 offers.
The pool of energy that Sc3 has tapped into is bottomless, the enthusiasm of its staff and volunteers is unshakable, and its programs are radically informative and inspiring.
- James, Sc3 Founding Fellow
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