Help your school deliver on its promises.
Your Eco Club can help your school understand that they need to change, too!
Your teachers will listen to you.
get your school do their part
Your Eco club can make a real difference
Together, we can make things better
Encourage your school to do the right thing, not just say the right words
Action. Ideas. Now!
Your Eco Club can do these straight away!
Here are 4 things that will make a real difference:
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Speak with your other Eco Club members and help them understand that your school needs to change. Click here for more support.
And 5 things everyone can do!
We all know our schools should be doing more!
A while back I got really angry!
Don’t just talk. Do something!
We can make change happen but we need help. By working together with our teachers, principals, the people who make our schools run and outside experts we can make our schools better places.
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Using reusable dishware at schools has many benefits, including reducing waste, lowering costs, and promoting sustainability education. Research shows that switching to reusable dishware can have a significant positive impact on the environment and finances of schools, while also providing educational opportunities for students to learn about sustainability practices.
Setting up beehives on school grounds can have numerous benefits, including environmental, educational, and financial advantages. The presence of bees can help to support local ecosystems, provide opportunities for student learning, and even generate revenue through the sale of honey and other bee-related products.
Food waste digesters are an effective solution to reduce food waste and produce high-quality fertilizer for schools. This sustainable system not only benefits the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but it also saves schools money on waste disposal fees and can be used as a valuable educational tool.
Installing bike racks in schools can benefit the environment, promote physical activity, and save money. Students who bike to school have improved physical fitness and academic performance, while schools can save money on transportation costs and reduce carbon emissions.
Using energy-efficient digital signage instead of paper posters in schools has environmental and financial benefits. It reduces waste and saves energy, resulting in cost savings. Experts suggest that digital signage is also more effective in communicating with students, improving engagement and participation in school activities.
This article discusses the environmental and financial benefits of creating sustainable play areas in schools. These play areas reduce waste, promote a connection to nature, reduce carbon emissions, and save schools money on maintenance and utility bills. Schools can also receive grant funding for sustainability initiatives.
Carbon-negative flooring materials, such as bamboo and cork, can have environmental and financial benefits for schools. These materials have a low carbon footprint and can help reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs. Additionally, they are durable and can last longer than traditional flooring materials.
This article discusses the environmental and financial benefits of encouraging cool clothing in hot weather and reducing AC usage in schools. Experts recommend the use of energy-efficient fans and designing buildings with natural ventilation.
This article discusses the environmental and financial benefits of switching to geothermal heating systems in schools. Geothermal energy can provide a sustainable and cost-effective heating solution while reducing carbon emissions. It also includes data and citations from experts in the field.
An e-waste recycling program can provide environmental and financial benefits to schools by properly disposing of electronic devices and using the funds for community sustainability projects or PTA. Engaging in such programs can reduce the amount of e-waste in landfills and promote a circular economy.