Gain the skills and experience to be a sustainability champion in your community!
As a member of the community, you can:
Develop leadership skills at our week-long Student Conservation Corps & Congress training.
Learn more about sustainability through over 1,000 links to field trips, games, competitions, infographics, documentaries, and more.
Get free online space, for groups of 2 or more, to organize and manage your student club efforts.
Find nationwide competitions and challenges that your school or student club can participate in.
Stay informed with what students are thinking about by reading their blogs. Maybe you can be a blogger!
Take your efforts to the next level and get ideas for your a community campaign or project.
"I discovered that all over the country, and all over the world, there are people who value nature and who really believe we can save the world. It gave me a new perspective; it showed me people are small, but the differences they can make are big!"
— Sarah, Sc3 participant, 2015
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The climate crisis requires action from multiple sides if it’s going to be tackled, and art is a surprising way to push the movement forward. If insightful environmental art can bring to light the urgent need for climate action, then citizens will feel more inclined to push forward the climate agenda to politicians, causing politicians to feel ongoing pressure from citizens to act. And this is exactly what Danish artist Olafur Eliasson is doing. moreon 11/23/2020 10:19 AM
Redesigning schools is expensive and during the age of COVID-19 more short term solutions are needed to the lack of nature in our lives. How can biophilic design themes help make student's experience more valuable, and how can we do this "on budget"? moreon 11/13/2020 10:26 AM
Halloween this year will look a little bit different than we are used to, but Halloween and fall can still be both fun and memorable. Here are some ideas to make the most of your Halloween while being sustainable and Covid-precautious! moreon 10/28/2020 09:54 AM