Through a series of workshops, students will explore everything from electricity generation to energy conservation and building energy benchmarking
A proposed primary school in Tiantai County, China, includes a clever rooftop natural-grass track that can reduce its carbon footprint while improving the health of its young students.
Like the heroine Hushpuppy in the Oscar-nominated “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” a Nigerian architect is building a sustainable floating school to ensure that children’s education endures global warming.
A Buddhist school in northern Thailand, echoing its tropical setting, embraces the interconnectedness of nature by incorporating natural or recycled materials in nearly every aspect of its design.
Architecture firm Kengo Kuma and Associates addressed a Tokyo school’s multiple solar needs by essentially putting 12 different roofs on the same building.
The Sandy Spring Friends School in Maryland is showing its earth-friendliness with a grid-tied solar power system checking in at nearly half a megawatt.
Schools in Scottsdale, Ariz., are getting 5.5 megawatts of solar power thanks in part to a utility program that can offset installation costs by 40 percent.
The Hart School District in California is getting solar power on nine schools, with no upfront cost and stable rates for 20 years. Plus: parking lot shade.
Sick of tubs of cookie dough and the team sweatshirts you never wear? Go green for your school or nonprofit’s next fundraiser. This photo gallery shows you how.
Fifty-eight schools in Nevada will save money on their energy bills with solar installations, thanks to the 2009 federal stimulus, the state says.
The National Solar School Program is being cut short, but an installer is reminding schools that grant opportunities are still available.