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Campus Conservation Nationals Celebrates 5th Anniversary

National Wildlife Federation’s partnership with Campus Conservation Nationals hits milestone as 2015 competition inspires college students across North America to reduce their electricity and water consumption. National Wildlife Federation, in …

NWF’s Cool School Challenge Helps Schools Cut Carbon Emissions

Gust post by Katie Siegel Last autumn, I had the opportunity to introduce NWF’s Cool School Challenge (CSC) to schools throughout Whatcom County, Washington as part of a partnership with the …

Eco-Schools Win Books in our Power Families Giveaway!

What is your school doing to conserve energy? The Eco-Schools USA staff recently asked this question as part of a fun giveaway they hosted for participating elementary schools across the country. Winning …

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GUEST POST: Helping Schools Reduce Energy Use Saves Money and Serves as a Teaching Tool

The HELiOS Project (Helios Energy Lights Our Schools) was originally developed as a model for helping school districts build their own renewable energy systems to offset the cost of their electricity use. It has been adopted by a growing number of school districts in California.

120,000 College Students Spent November Competing to Reduce Energy Use

Smarter than Smart Meters: A New Approach to Building Energy…

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Greening Your School with Eco-Schools USA

By Larry J. Schweiger Spending time outdoors and learning about nature as a child was instrumental for me in developing my passion for the natural world. Since November 1, 2009 …

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