Programs for Youth
A Better Future – ideas for individuals and groups make a difference - abetterfuture.org
Action Without Borders – idealist.org
Change the World Kids – community service to help the environment changetheworldkids.com
Do Something – Volunteer to make a difference by taking on a task individually or in a group dosomething.org
EPA’s Environmental Kids Club – epa.gov/students
EPA’s – Energy Hogs (Teacher and student guides) - energyhog.org/childrens.htm
Improving Kids’ Environment (IKE) - has developed a fun, home-made game to play with children to teach them (and their parents) about mercury in fish and what kinds of fish are safest to eat. Check out ikecoalition.org and while you are on the computer, visit the Environmental Protection Agency’s game at epa.gov.
Kids Against Pollution - is a multinational network of youth dedicated to solving and preventing pollution problems through interactive education projects and events in order to protect children’s health and the planet. For more information, visit kap-international.com
Kids for a Cleaner Earth (FACE) – youth involvement for environmental projects - kidsface.org
Kids Recycle! – Learn how to compost outdoors at home or at school – and inside with worms - composting guides and manuals show kids how at kidsrecycle.org.
Planet Connect Program is a new online network for high school students to learn about the environment plus green college and career options and offers grants for environmental projects. Visit planet-connect.org for details.
The Lorax Project – seussville.com
Project Learning Tree – Materials and project to promote ecological sustainability.
Roots and Shoots – a global program for youth through the Jane Goodall Institute
Zero Footprint Kids is a carbon footprint calculator for children, measuring the direct impact of a child's lifestyle on the planet, using terms kids understand: carbon, land, water and trees – zerofootprintkids.com.
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