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New Resources for Climate Change Education Released
Over the last several months, Earth Day Network Education Director Christine Robertson has been working with the Climate Change Environmental Educatio... More »
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Dept. of Energy Launches “Women in STEM” Video Series
The US Department of Energy has launched a new initiative aimed to highlight women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields.... More »
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Urban School Food Alliance Turns Cafeterias Green
Six cities nationwide have begun the process of turning their public schools into more environmentally-friendly institutions.... More »
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Going Green at Evergreen State College
This whole week, we’ve been highlighting some of the country’s greenest colleges and universities.... More »
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Wind, Solar, Biomass Power UM-Morris
The University of Minnesota Morris is a small school—it has just shy of 2,000 students—but it’s making a big splash with its commitment to renewable e... More »
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American University Going Zero Waste by 2020
American University has made it clear that it takes waste management seriously.... More »
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UCSB Leads the Way in Water Conservation
California has long been a leader in the sustainability movement; its public universities are no exception.... More »
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The Shutdown and the Refuge of School Food
*In honor of National School Lunch Week, this piece appeared in newspapers across the country.... More »
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What Is the Heat Island Effect?
Have you ever noticed that urban areas often feel hotter than their more rural surroundings? The culprit?... More »
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A Look at the Better Buildings Initiative
According to the Department of Energy, “last year, commercial and industrial buildings used roughly 50% of the energy in the U.S.... More »
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What Does It Mean to "Green" Your Home?
There’s been a lot of talk recently about greener and more energy-efficient buildings. But what exactly does this mean for your average homeowner?... More »
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How Do Buildings Contribute to Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
This edition of the Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy and the Built Environment blog series will focus on U.S. buildings.... More »
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Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy, and the Built Environment: Transportation (Part II)
In last week’s installment of the Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy, and the Built Environment blog series, we discussed the impact of transportation i... More »
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Jason Gooljar has created a blog post:
Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy, and the Built Environment: Transportation
As part of the Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy, and the Built Environment blog series, this entry focuses on the U.S.... More »
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Chinese Students Visit EDN, Learn About History of Earth Day
On Tuesday, Earth Day Network was fortunate enough to host a group of students from the Little Swan Art Center in Xian, China.... More »
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Carbon Pollution, Climate Policy, and the Built Environment: Introduction
“We, the people, still believe that our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity.... More »
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The Effect of Nature on Cognition
Being outside for recess is what students look forward to every school day. People say being outside is good for your health.... More »
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Bipartisan Support for No Child Left Inside Act of 2013
The No Child Left Inside Act of 2013 is making headway in Congress with bipartisan support, as U.S.... More »
Jason Gooljar has created a lesson plan:
7/17/2013
Jason Gooljar has created a lesson plan:
7/17/2013
Jason Gooljar has created a lesson plan:
7/17/2013
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Puget Sound Students Learn About Water Quality, Develop Solutions
Earth Day Network is proud to report on the successful completion of the Puget Sound Civic Education Project.... More »
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USDA Finalizes Nutrition Standards for “Competitive Foods” in Schools
Yesterday, USDA finalized the national school nutrition standards for vending machines, a la carte purchases, school stores, and other foods so... More »
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Authors Join EDN to Promote Environmental Summer Reading for Kids
Authors Join EDN to Promote Environmental Summer Reading for Kids by Education One of America’s most beloved children’s authors, Dr.... More »
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Earth Day Network Educator Wins Golden Apple Award
Last month, Jill Kryzinski was awarded the Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching.... More »