Education

KMD Architects/Sprout Collective
What if every child had access to a sheltered, inspiring learning space? What if this learning space didn't harm the site on which it sits and could sustain itself by only the sunlight and water that fell on its roof. What if the space also educated... Read More
Minnesota 2020
The sun was bright, the wind steady at the 20th annual Solar Boat Regatta put on by the Minnesota Renewable Energy Society. The event challenged teams of teens to design, engineer, and race motorized boats using photovoltaic power. Courses... Read More
Its mascot might be the Sun Devil, but Arizona State University is using solar energy to make positive changes in its community. They’ve already installed the largest university solar system in the country, giving students an opportunity to learn... Read More
Second Nature
Question: Who do university presidents turn to for thoughts on sustainability? Frank Sesno of course. Our host will headline the upcoming Climate Leadership Summit, organized by Planet Forward member Second Nature.
Genesis Farm is a non profit organization, located in Blairstown, New Jersey, that aims to educate people of the ecological and agricultural work it takes to preserve the Earth and all its wonders. Run by Dominican Sisters from Caldwell, NJ,... Read More
Submitted for the 2010 GreenGov Presidential Awards by Bonneville Power Administration.
Cliff Davidson, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, talks about his work on a textbook to teach sustainability in engineering, the first textbook of its kind.
About a year ago I began looking into programs for environmental science and public policy. When I first began on this journey I was shocked to see have many major universities have one or the other but only about 25 have developed programs that are... Read More

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