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Green Cleaning for Schools
On February 13, the Green Flag Schools Program is coordinating a Valentine's National Day of Action. We want your school to join our effort to raise awareness on the importance of eliminating toxic cleaning products in places that children learn, play and live. This first of its kind day of action is open to any K-12 school, college, or university. We encourage anyone interested to get creative and come up with an exciting and unique way to raise awareness of this important issue at your school and in your community.
We have developed a toolkit that will help you plan and execute a fantastic event. Please take a moment to register for this event and download your free toolkit today.
Thanks for getting involved and helping to ensure a toxic free future,
October 3, 2008
George Washington University, Marvin Center
8:00am – 5:00pm
A one-day summit held to share best practices, success stories and
available tools and resources for greening our schools.
The Sustainable Schools Summit will cross state lines, drawing hundreds of participants from throughout the National Capitol Region to convene a dialogue around green school opportunities, costs and benefits. The summit will engage a wide variety of school decision makers - from parents to facility planners, teachers to elected officials, and architects to school board members.
Hear from local and national leaders to learn how you can play a role in conquering the challenges of greening new and existing educational facilities.
Visit www.usgbcncr.org for more information and to register.
Don’t be left out – Register Today!
Optional Pre-conference Event – A USGBC LEED for Schools Technical Training Workshop (a full day event) will be also held at the Marvin Center on October 2, 2008.
It is England but just as true in the US:
18 July 2008
By Marguerite Lazell