Environmental Literacy Resources

Screen shot 2013-06-21 at 12.02.08 PMSchool Greening in Baltimore City: The Investment and Its Value
This paper examines three questions:

• What investment has been made to date in implementing green practices in Baltimore City public schools?
• How are academic and operational goals being furthered by this investment?
• Why should the investment to date be protected – and enhanced – as City Schools launches its 10 year plan for 21st Century Schools?

Resource Guide for Going Green in City Schools
This is a Resource Guide for Going Green in City Schools. This guide is a directory of resources in Baltimore to help make your school a greener and healthier. The resource guide is divided into 8 sections and covers the action teams of the Baltimore Green Schools Network in addition to local funding resources.

What’s Good In My Hood? Workbook
With more than 80% of the U.S. population living in urban areas, there is a need for programs that help city and town residents become more environmentally literate. Informed perspectives about the health and well-being of a community empower residents to make their neighborhoods a safer, cleaner and healthier place to live. What’s Good in My Hood? is designed to be useful for schools, homes, after-school programs, and youth groups. This workbook was created through the New York Restoration Project.

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