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Going Green

Environmental Initiatives at Our School

Carbon Footprint

Welcome to the International Student Carbon Footprint Challenge!

We can measure our personal carbon footprints by calculating how much greenhouse gas our activities produce.

Every time we turn on a light, travel by car, eat a meal, switch on a TV, or use anything that requires energy, we produce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that cause climate change. Read more.

Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Students will learn about the concept of carbon footprints and calculate their own for one year. They will also compare their footprint to  people in different regions around the world. Read more.

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