YES Conference Empowers Youth Climate Activists and Inspires Hope

Twenty-three students from Sonoma County attended the Youth for Environment and Sustainability (YES) Conference on January 30 at the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley. The conference is organized Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to bring together middle and high school students from the greater Bay Area to talk […]

YES Conference | Jan. 30, 2016

YES (Youth for Environment and Sustainability) convenes students from around the San Francisco Bay Area to discuss transportation issues, learn how our personal decisions impact climate change, and share ways of encouraging everyone to walk, bike, take transit, or carpool to school in order to improve air quality in the San Francisco Bay Area. The […]

Green Teen Gathering | Nov. 13, 2015

The Green Teen Gathering is an event for teens who care about the future of our planet. It’s an opportunity to meet other like-minded, green teens and learn about how to get involved in the community. When: Friday, November 13, 2015, 5:30-8:30pm Where: Montgomery High School Cafeteria Food will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit Middletown […]

Meet ECO2school All-Star Jade Wilson

Jade Wilson is a junior at Windsor High School and one of the leaders helping put on the ECO2school challenge this April.  Jade is one busy student!  She is an AP student; a member of the Eco Club and the Interact Club; an integral member of WHS’s Leadership class; and captain of the JV soccer […]

Survey Documents Student Commuting Patterns

Student commutes at seven local high schools generate 13 million pounds of greenhouse gas each year, according to surveys conducted by students participating in the Climate Protection Campaign’s ECO2school program. The survey is part of the year-long effort by students to encourage classmates to walk, bike, ride the bus, and carpool to school. ECO2school is […]