Powered by students, teachers, and principals, the National Wildlife Federation’s New York Eco-Schools are advancing environmental solutions to help create a more environmentally healthy and sustainable state.
Liz Soper, Associate Director, Eco-Schools USA
Jennifer Prescott, at PS 333, is one of New York City's 1,700 sustainability coordinators who are working with students through the Eco-Schools USA program to reduce waste, increase recycling and save energy. Learn more.
Sleepy Hollow Middle School has learned how to go green on a tight budget and spread their sustainability knowledge and awareness throughout the community. Learn more.
To check out which schools are already registered and what they are accomplishing in New York, go to the comprehensive Eco-Schools USA map and click on the state of New York.
The National Wildlife Federation welcomes the news that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has stepped down from his position to allow new leadership for this critical agency.Read More
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Tell your members of Congress to save America's vulnerable wildlife by supporting the Recovering America's Wildlife Act.Read More
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