Links

Featured Links

Action for a cleaner tomorrow – a South Carolina-specific environmental information curriculum supplement from SCDHEC.

America Recycles Day – recycling information and the recycling pledge from the National Recycling Coalition.

Clean Sweep, USA Educator Resources – lessons on waste management, litter prevention, and beautification from Keep America Beautiful.

Climate Change, Wildlife and Wildlands, A Toolkit for Formal and Informal Educators – from the U.S. Global Change Research Program.

Cool School Challenge – an educational program intended to engage students and teachers in practical strategies to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gas emissions schoolwide.

Create a New Climate for Action – from the EPA.

Discovery Education – Created by the Discovery Channel, this site engages students and supports teachers. Lots of free resources are available for students, parents, and teachers.

Eco Schools – an internationally acclaimed program that provides a framework to help educators integrate sustainable principles throughout their schools and curriculum.

Facing the Future – curriculum and resources on global issues and sustainibility.

Great American Can RoundUp – the Can Manufacturers Institute helps organizations recycle cans and raise environmental awareness with fun, easy-to-use resource kits.

Green Education Foundation – a non-profit organization that provides sustainability education resources to K-12 classrooms, youth groups and families nationwide.

Green School – from the Earth Day Network.

Green Schools 101 – from Mother Nature Network.

The Greens: – a site for kids about sustainability and green living from Boston public television station WGBH/ about sustainability and green living.

National Wildlife Federation “Back to School – Back Outside” — released September 2010, this pdf publication reports on how outdoor education and outdoor school time create high performance students.

PalmettoPride Education Programs — grants, curriculum materials, and programs from South Carolina’s state-wide anti-litter organization.

TRASHformations — Source for Keeping Tabs pop tab earrings and other recycled-content gifts, made in Columbia, SC, by Green Steps Mentor Mary Pat Baldauf.