Healing Earth is a free, online environmental science textbook for upper level secondary school students, beginning college students, and adult learners. It is created by the Institute of Environmental Sustainability and Department of Theology, Loyola University Chicago, and has the ability to incorporate additional user-generated content.
The Caterpillar Lab uses native New England caterpillars to help people see the natural value of their backyards, neighborhoods, and green spaces. Loaded with photographs, videos, informational documents, a blog, and other resources, The Caterpillar Lab's website is a space for anyone to learn about caterpillars' lives. Find it at www.thecaterpillarlab.org.
Boulder, CO based Jeff and Paige released their 5th album, Mighty Wolf on November, 20, 2015. After receiving their Master of Science degrees, Jeff Kagan and Paige Doughty decided to make the stage their science classroom and music-loving families their students. They've released four albums, which have been honored with prestigious Parents' Choice and Creative Child Magazine Awards, have won the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education Award for Excellence in Programming, and have played well over 600 eco-friendly shows since hitting the boards with their first performance in 2007. The duo's outreach extends to schools, libraries, community centers, outdoor locales, and beyond, including venues such as the Glenn Miller Ballroom on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, where a recent concert was preceded by seriously cool science activities hosted by CU Science Discovery.
Unlimited: Renewable Energy in the 21st Century is a documentary film aimed at providing a general introduction about the virtues and benefits of moving away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy.
Going to Green deals with the restoration of America's urban landscape through the creation of sustainable neighborhood ecosystems. Each chapter is devoted to a specific subject, accompanied by a lesson with service extension activities