This month we’d like to share a list of climate education resources both for your own learning and your classroom as you plan the upcoming school year.
Starting January 1, 2024, all schools with an on-site food facility will be required to collect organic waste. But how will this change affect you and your students? How can you help your students understand the importance of reducing and recycling organic waste?
From food industry’s carbon footprint to equitable access to healthy, affordable food, this month we focus on food consumption and its impact on our environment.
Watersheds sustain natural ecosystems and are important for the health and safety of our communities. This week we feature environmental education programs and resources on the impact of human activity on watersheds and ways to protect them.
This week we focus on composting and how we can help our students understand its importance.
This week, we focus on green schools and what we can do to make schools sustainable and climate-ready.
This week we feature a number of professional learning opportunities to help you advance environmental literacy in your classroom.
We are delighted to share that Green Guardians is working with Ten Strands and CAELI to scale up the Community-Based Partner Hub.
To raise awareness and mitigate the environmental impact of plastic pollution, we invite you to take the Plastic Free July challenge and say no to single-use plastics.
Fifty two years ago, the United States Congress passed the 1970 Clean Air Act. Since then, it has reduced and controlled air pollution nationwide. This week we explore how we can improve air quality, keep the vulnerable safe, and ensure clean air for all.