K-12 Green Chemistry Education in NEw york

High school teachers share how they use Green Chemistry in their classrooms.

Welcome to the virtual home for

K-12 Green Chemistry Education

in New York

What this site has to offer

Explore Green Chemistry and Why Teach Green Chemistry to better understand how teaching sustainable science can make big impact.

Hear from three teachers why they implement green chemistry, and how it looks in their classroom. Check out our ready-to-use classroom resources.

Connect with us and join the efforts to implement Green Chemistry in New York.

New York Green Chemistry Teacher Leaders

annette Sebuyira

Guilderland High School

jim Burdick

Canton High School

Scott Carlson

W. H. Maxwell High School

Veronica Weeks

Bretton Woods Elementary

Stefanie Loomis

Catskill Senior High School

Schools in New York that have already been exposed to Green Chemistry through Beyond Benign.

Work Supported by:

Beyond Benign provides educators with the tools, training and support to make green chemistry an integral part of chemistry education.

The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) gives Empire State businesses, communities, and nonprofits the practical tools and solutions they need to realize the benefits of sustainability for our economy, environment, and our society as a whole.

Funding provided by the Environmental Protection Fund as administered

by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Any opinions, findings, and/or interpretations of data contained herein are the responsibility of

Rochester Institute of Technology and its New York State Pollution Prevention Institute

and do not necessarily represent the opinions, interpretations, or policy of the State.