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Measure energy and recycling savings at your school! Empower your students to raise awareness about energy conservation!  The Green Cup Challenge™ empowers students, raises awareness about climate change and resource conservation, and unites school communities around a common goal. We invite all K-12 schools to measure and reduce their energy use, improve their recycling and waste reduction programs, and activate student engagement.
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The Green Cup RECYCLE Challenge 2017 is finished!

We have had a fantastic Green Cup Recycling Challenge.  Thanks to our amazing participants for all of your hard work!  You found so many creative ways to improve recycling at your schools, educating your school communities about recycling right, instituting school-wide waste reduction campaigns and policies and holding classroom challenges.  Your actions made a huge difference! 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WINNERS

 
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We were so impressed by all of the creative videos submitted by the students and the voters were too!  Thanks to everyone who shared their creative voice for the environment.  Over 700 students, teachers, parents and administrators cast their votes and the results are in! 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WINNERS AND ALL OF THE  VIDEOS!



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The 2017 Green Cup Energy Challenge has come to an end and we had a fantastic year! Thanks to all of our participants for all of their hard work. They not only reduced energy, but found creative ways to change behavior and educate their entire school community! Their actions made a huge difference. Together, the Green Cup Energy Challenge participants reduced their electricity consumption by 151,100 kWh and prevented 229,673 lbs CO2 from being released into the air.

Three schools went above and beyond, both in energy savings and behavior change/education. And the winners are…


FIRST PLACE:  Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences, Barnesville, MD
SECOND PLACE:  St. George’s Memphis Campus, Memphis, TN
THIRD PLACE: The Buckley School, New York, NY

 

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