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Energy & Climate Change - Links to our Past, Present & Future


National Wildlife Federation and Entergy are both committed to finding solutions to the climate crisis.  With a deep commitment to the environment and the communities we serve NWF and Entergy have joined forces to create an effective educational program that positively frames energy conservation in the context of climate change.

>> Click here to access everything you need to get started 

>> Click here to access the Energy & Climate Change Curriculum

>> Click here to access Quick Links and a variety of resources



Watch the video below showcasing Boston Latin School's efforts to make their school more sustainable.

 

 

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About Entergy

Entergy Corporation is an integrated energy company engaged primarily in electric power production and retail distribution operations. It is headquartered in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana. Entergy operates in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.

Sustainable Development

It is Entergy's vision to:

• Develop and conduct their business in a responsible manner that is environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable. 

• Promote environmentally cleaner and more efficient generation, transmission, distribution, and use of energy. 

• Encourage employees to conduct their personal and corporate lives in such a way that earth's environment is preserved for future generations




Project Contact Informationl

Marya Fowler – 
NWF Senior Manager, Education Outreach
South Central Regional Center
fowler@nwf.org
512-610-7767

Jennifer Hammonds – 
Science Education and Curriculum Specialist
Hammondsj@nwf.org
703-438-6240

Beth Johnson – 
Evaluation and Research
bjohnson@emjassociates.com 
512-448-9688

NASA and Eco-Schools USA
Earth from Space (Source: NASA)

Eco-Schools USA is proud to have collaborated with NASA on the creation a climate change curriculum. Learn more here >>

Polar Bears International

PBI offers free teaching and learning materials created by teachers and zoo educators. Learn more>>