The Association for Learning Environments and the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) Indoor Environments Division presented the first Healthy Schools Summit in San Diego in September 2008. Here is an abstract of the discussions at the summit.
Tobie Bernstein, Senior Attorney at the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) provides an overview of current state policies and future opportunities in building healthy, high performance schools.
Here’s a study of environmental quality, learning styles and crisis management.
Michael Hall, principal and chief marketing officer with Fanning Howey describes Student-Centered Sustainable Design, a valuable approach that increases student performance, improves teacher satisfaction and helps minimize operating costs. Educational Facility Planner; Vol. 42.4; Published by the Association for Learning Environments.
Learn how kids are taking action for greener, healthier schools as the Green Squad from the Natural Resources Defense Council takes it to where children learn: www.nrdc.org/greensquad