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  • Learn About Green Living While Young
    5 Tips for Teaching Green Living Early

    July 20, 2018 - Read about the following tips:
    1. Why you are never too young to go green
    2. Monkey See, Monkey Do
    3. Give them Responsibility
    4. Tour the Facilities
    5. Experiment! Have fun!

    Click now for a further
    look from  The Greener Ideal.

  • Sarasota, Fl Energy Upgrade Training
    Energy Upgrade Training

    Are you interested in learning how to save energy and water while helping low income families in our community? Become an Energy Coach! Following our Energy Upgrade training, Energy Coaches (trainees) will be required to assist in energy education and installations to families in need throughout Sarasota County.

    Training topics include: • Green building basics • Solar energy basics • Building impacts on human health • Energy & water conservation techniques • How-to perform energy evaluations • Hands on in-home energy installs • Low and No-cost Energy Upgrade strategies • Financial assistance for energy improvements

    Click now to sign up for EventBrite classes.

  • Informed, But Not Brainwashed
    Texas Railroad Commissioner
    Thinks the Opposite is True

    May 11, 2018 - “We’re teaching our kids negative things — we’re pre-biasing them.”

    Wayne Christian recently claimed the reason Millennials like me care about solving climate change and aren’t elbowing each other for jobs in the oil and gas industry is because our entire generation has been brainwashed. Brainwashed? If true, it’d be a national emergency. After all, who could so effectively organize such an epic conspiracy to brainwash the 91 percent of us who accept climate change is happening?

    Click now for more
    from the Texas Tribune.

  • Downplaying Environment Education
    Some States are Trying to Downplay
    Teaching Climate Change.
    Teachers See ‘educational malpractice’

    Feb. 20, 2018 - Teaching climate change in schools is a hot-button issue in a number of states, including Idaho and New Mexico, where lawmakers have tried to weaken or dismantle science standards crafted by educators and scientists. Amid a climate-change skeptical Trump administration, legislators cite a concern about one-sided arguments. Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports.

    Click now for more from PBS News.

  • Solar & Higher Ed - a New Partnership
    Higher Education and Solar Energy:
    A Partnership Whose Time Has Come

    Dec. 29, 2017 - At campuses across the country, a few early adopters took the lead with solar projects demonstrating how the technology worked predictably and reliably. Unfortunately, many of these projects were not economic, but rather showpieces or research opportunities. While well intentioned, these initiatives resulted in the mistaken view held by institutional decision makers that solar projects are a nice (but unaffordable) “luxury.” This perspective is no longer accurate, as technological progress has combined with innovative financing and large-scale manufacturing to usher us into an era of economically viable solar projects. We must get the word out that large-scale solar can be deployed cost-effectively today on campuses across the country. 

    Click now for the story from Renewable Energy World.

  • Solar Job Training for S. Carolina
    Cypress Creek to Launch a $1.5b Project

    Nov, 6, 2017 - Cypress Creek Renewables is set to launch a partnership with Greenville Technical College in order to grow South Carolina’s PV workforce and spur the state’s economy. This partnership will assist the state’s PV sector by helping to train and prepare the next generation of energy workers.

    In addition to this PV job training initiative, Cypress Creek is also putting forward a plan to invest over US$1.5 billion to develop and build 2GW of solar across 80 projects in South Carolina. Together, these 80 projects will create nearly 10,000 construction jobs and power over 600,000 homes with renewable energy.

    Click to read more.

  • A Bronx Teacher's Green Classroom
    How He Started a
    Green Classroom Revolution

    September 6, 2017 - Have you ever been in a position to change the world, or at least your small slice of it? Did you do it? Did you take the risks that would make a difference in the lives of others? If something held you back — unfavorable odds, fear of failure, lack of courage or something else — then Stephen Ritz's "The Power of a Plant" is for you.

  • Eco-Schools & Tanglewood Middle
    Eco-Schools USA and Tanglewood
    Middle School – The Perfect Match

    July 13, 2017 -(as expressed by Gib Hennington) The Eco-Schools USA program, National Wildlife Federation’s core Education for Sustainability program, is a great fit for Tanglewood Middle School in Houston ISD. We are an international Baccalaureate school so we strive to develop students who will build a better world, who will take responsibility of their own learning, who are challenged to think critically and who consider both local and global contexts.

  • Commercial Solar Finance (Free!)
    Mastering Commercial Solar
    Finance - Self Study Online

    Solar Executive MBA Training instructors Keith Cronin and Chris Lord answer questions about nonprofit PPAs, and finding, pitching to and managing investors.

    Enroll and you'll access... -Over 2.5 hours of video with Chris and Keith -A comprehensive, downloadable takeaway
    guide -Advice from a $20MM solar tax equity investor [interview]

•  Code Changes Solar
Installers Need to Know

• Check Out the
Sustainable Women Series

•  Events Calendar
(Lists Upcoming Classes)
  • Geothermal Scholarships
    2017 Geothermal Resources
    Council Scholarships Announced

    Feb 6, 2017 - To qualify for one of these awards a student must be a GRC member (student memberships are only $5 per year) as well as be a student in an accredited academic institution.

  • It’s a School, and it Floats!
    Solar Powered Floating Educational
    Opportunity On The Miami Science Barge

    Aug. 3, 2016 -The Miami Science Barge, a 3,600 square foot barge docked in the Museum Park in Biscayne Bay, was designed to focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and sustainability initiatives. It features three interconnecting zones which will educate visitors on a number of topics including living ecosystems, marine experiments, and renewable energy.

    JinkoSolar’s high-efficiency modules will be powering the Barge, allowing it to function completely off the grid. Aboard the Miami Science Barge there will be around 75 kWh of storage, enough for a total of 3 days’ worth of stored energy. There will be a cost savings of over $1,000 per year, which will be used towards ensuring that the Barge’s programs can be provided free to those with limited financial means.

    Click now for more
    from Solar Thermal Magazine.

  • Solar Schoolhouse - a Bright, Sunny Idea
    Solar Schoolhouse -
    Education Energized by the Sun

    - They’ve created Team Solar Schoolhouse and encouraging you and your students (friends & family too) to join Team Solar Schoolhouse when you set up a personal profile on the Drawdown EcoChallenge website. There are a wide variety of challenges to explore and commit to action, from Food, to Transportation, Clean Energy, Women & Girls, Buildings, Materials. Anyone motivated to Spring into Action can join Team Solar Schoolhouse for the Drawdown EcoChallenge.

    Click now for more information.

  • Solar Executive MBA Training
    Solar Executive MBA Training

    During this 6-week online training, You'll find that this comprehensive, technical, and challenging. It’s the most intense six-week course you’ll ever find but also the most valuable. It was developed for leaders who are responsible for the financial details that drive large-scale solar projects

  • M.I.T. Energy Initiative
    Linking Science, Innovation, & Policy to
    Transform the World's Energy Systems

    The MIT Energy Initiative is MIT’s hub for energy research, education, and outreach. Our mission is to create low- and no-carbon solutions that will efficiently meet global energy needs while minimizing environmental impacts and mitigating

    Click to get educated.

  • Solar Schools & Electric Buses: Good Start
    What Are Schools Doing to Go Green?

    Sept. 5, 2018 -Schools around the country are taking an interest in clean energy, putting solar panels on roofs and swapping diesel school buses for electric versions.

    In many ways, schools are a natural fit for solar power: They tend to require electricity only during the day, when the sun is shining, and they often have ample space on their roofs and grounds for solar panels.

    Click now to read more from
    the NY Times Climate forward.

  • Teaching Kids About Climate Change
    5 Ways to Teach
    Kids About Climate Change:

    It's a topic that can be difficult for some to wrap their minds around—especially if they are elected to Congress.

  • Certified "Green" Schools 101
    Clark County is #1 for
    Certified Green Schools:

    The County was honored for having more certified green schools than any in the state, with 68 participating in the program and 38 certified. Almost 300 schools in Washington participate in the program.

  • The Ten Coolest Schools
    The 10 Coolest Schools:

    (Compiled by the Sierra Club). Click now for a cool experience.

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below for more information


Course or Study


Action For Nature

Youth Taking
Action for Nature

Encouraging young people to take personal action to nurture and protect a healthy environment on which all life depends.

alliance to save energy

Green Schools
Free Resources for Educators

Empowering schools through energy efficiency
Center For Green Schools

A green school is a healthy environment conducive to learning while saving energy, resources and money.

The U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools awarded Green School the “2012 Greenest School on Earth“. This was an affirmation of the program we provide to enrich and nurture our students.
Climate Reality Logo

Become a Cimate Reality Leader

Join the millions using their voices and everyday choices to tackle the climate crisis.
   Just click on the logo to sign up.

Earth University

Earth University
Consortium for Sustainablilty

Hosted in Costa Rica, this study abroad program is the result of a long–standing partnership between EARTH University and renowned US universities. Participate with us and expand your cultural boundaries, place yourself ahead of the curve as a professional, and return to your country ready to make a difference.

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Eco-Scools USA
(sponsored by the
National Wildlife Federation

Protecting Wildlife, Inspiring Future Generations: As in nature, we have strength in numbers. National Wildlife Federation works closely with those who span the social and political spectrum, but who are connected by a common commitment to conservation. Our ability to meet the needs of wildlife is inextricably linked to the amazing individuals, groups, organizations and corporations we call our supporters. Together, we form a pack, leveraging our influence to safeguard America’s wildlife and wild places.
Env Eng Degree

Search Online for
Engineering Degree Programs

Environmental engineers play a very important role in helping to provide future generations with the same environment that we have today. As we continue to learn more about the environment and the effects the world population is having on it, environmental engineering is become a much more popular field. It is considered to have  one of the highest growth rates out of all of the types of engineering fields according to, so the future is bright.
Env Science

Environmental Science
Degrees and Careers

 Those who study environmental science gain a profound understanding of the interconnected systems of the Earth, as well as develop the analytical and problem-solving skills that are needed to tackle the greatest challenges facing the environment today, in order to ensure a better future.

Everglades U

BS Degrees with a Major in
Alternative and Renewable
Energy Management

As our modern-day society seeks to be more responsible with our natural resources and less dependent on unsustainable sources of energy, the need for competent professionals with an alternative and renewable energy management degree is on the rise.

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Environment For Kids

EPA Sponsored Classroom
(Environmental Kids Club)

Games, pictures and stories

Get Wise

Living Wise - Water Wise
- Energy Wise

Learning to conserve water and energy

Globe Program

Global learning and observations
to Benefit the Environment

Worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based science and education program

Green Ed Foundation

Preparing Environmental Stewards for
the 21st century

Download environmental activities and content


Green Scholls Initiative





The Green Schools Initiative was founded in 2004 by parent-environmentalists who were shocked by how un-environmental their kids' schools were and mobilized to improve the environmental health and ecological sustainability of schools in the U.S. We believe it is essential to protect children's health - at school and in the world beyond school - and we work to catalyze and support "green" actions by kids, teachers, parents, and policymakers to reduce the environmental footprint of schools...

Green Parent Program

Kid-Friendly Guide to
Earth-Friendly Living

Guides for living green and learning to respect for the earth

Green School of Bali

Welcome to the Greenest
School on Earth

Green School in Bali, Indonesia provides a natural, holistic and student-centered education in one of the most amazing environments on the planet.


Heat Spring

A Series of Courses
(Building and powering a
cleaner future through
education technology)

HeatSpring’s education marketplace offers hundreds of online courses in solar, wind, microgrids, green building and other renewable energy technologies. Any qualified expert can build a course and reach anyone in the world.
To learn more, click here.

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Kids' Envvironmental Health

NIEHS Kids Pages

Games, stories, riddles, songs, laughs and more

Penn State On Line

Renewable Energy
and Sustainability
Systems Portfolio

Policy changes, technological advances, and an increased awareness of the world's resources are creating a growing need around the globe for advanced expertise in renewable and sustainability systems. There is an urgent need to prepare professionals who can serve as leaders of the emerging "green" economy.

Marine Education
and Awareness

By creating and working with the “Marine Educators Network of Northern Peru”, we are connecting over 30 educational institutions and schools and sustainably strengthening teaching in marine education. Our large efforts with children and youth expect to reduce anthropogenic threats to coastal and marine environments in the next decades, time when most of our beneficiary students enter the economically active population.

Rainforest Action Network

Rainforest Heroes -
Kids the Earth
Can Count On (and more)

How we can all get involved in addressing the environmental issues of the planet

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Sierra Club

Environmental Education

Projects for young people

SMA Solar Academy

Design Courses

Comprehensive range of seminars on photovoltaics

US Solar Institure

Solar Training

Featuring, among others, PV101: Solar Fundamentals

Water on the Web

Advanced Technologies in
Real-Time Data in Basic
and Water Science

A national Curriculum for High Schools and Colleges

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The Wilderness Society

Earth Day Every Day

A site for teachers and students

Zen Home School

Green Education

Do things differently by seeing things differently