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Project Green Schools, Wednesday February 15, 2017
Schools across New England that enter the challenge will be asked to compete in energy reduction, waste reduction, water reduction, best green school practices, best green community practices, and best green sports practices. Awards will be given for each category....Read the full story
Solar Cookers International, Saturday February 11, 2017
The Indo-US Science and Technology Forum offers a 3 – 6 month fellowship/internship to work in US in the field of solar energy. An applicant from Rajasthan University, Jaipur (India) seeks project mentor willing to provide guidance on any topic in solar thermal as part of this fellowship....Read the full story
Suzette Bienvenue, Thursday January 19, 2017
This event is open to all middle schools, high schools, and universities in California. Participation promotes teamwork, competition and discovery at SMUD's Rancho Seco Recreational Area. Students can either retrofit existing boats or build their own design from scratch. The boats will be judged for speed, distance, maneuverability and more....Read the full story
Meg Colclough, Sunday January 15, 2017
Application period opens for 2017 Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education Awards for Massachusetts....Read the full story
Solar One, Saturday January 07, 2017
The NYC DOE Office of Sustainability and the STEM Department are partnering to launch the NYC Solar Schools Education Program. A key goal of the program is to connect the solar installations on school buildings to curriculum. All participating teachers will be provided with the training, curriculum, standards alignment, and other resources they need to integrate solar content and activities into their coursework. Please note that the Elementary School workshops are designed for teachers working with grades 3-5....Read the full story
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