National Green Week is an annual event that empowers schools to engage in sustainability focused lessons, projects or activities between the first full week in February and the end of Earth Month (April).
Schools and groups are encouraged to take this opportunity to spend time with students discussing sustainability topics and exploring ways they can make a difference.
The Green Energy Challenge calls on schools across the nation to improve their energy efficiency through simple changes of behavior.
Waste reduction challenge: learn how your trash impacts our planet. Plus, find out how you can make a difference by reducing the waste you create everyday and how you can start recycling!
The Green Thumb Challenge enlists schools and youth groups to get kids gardening!
I Ride Green invites participants to start easy-to-adopt green habits that can lead to lifelong healthy behaviors. Participants are encouraged to share success stories and strategies, set up carpooling schedules, and more!
The Green Building Program encourages participants to learn about green building strategies through standards-based curriculum, case studies, and other resources. Students and teachers learn how buildings impact the environment and how changes in the construction and use can help conserve natural resources.
The Sustainable Water Challenge invites students to learn about the importance of water, our planet's most valuable resource, and learn how to conserve water in their homes and schools. (source: greeneducationfoundation.org)
Children and the young can learn at school, adults can read information from various resources, or even from their children!
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