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As you may have noticed, GEF writes a monthly entry for the Center for Green Schools blog. This month, we wanted to focus on the power of green building education in the classroom, specifically in high schools. What better way … Continue reading
GEF’s guest post on the Center for Green Schools‘ blog is available today! Check it out to learn why it’s so important to make sure nature becomes an integral part of the classroom setting and curriculum. Read the entry here: http://bit.ly/M6T0MI In … Continue reading
Last week in Toronto, Victoria Waters and I attended Greenbuild, the largest green building conference in the world. The annual conference and exposition, hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council, brings together around 30,000 industry leaders and stakeholders in green … Continue reading
Schools in America need help. They’re in physical disrepair, use outdated technologies that guzzle energy, and have interiors that exude harmful compounds into the same air children breath during the majority of each day. This September, the condition of schools in America … Continue reading