Strategies for saving money while saving your environment.
Facility’s Feb. 22 Opening Highlighted School’s Focus on Engineering Solutions for Real Problems.
Daytona Beach, Fla. - Last year Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University student engineer Michelle Rodio asked: Why not convert used cooking oil from the student cafeteria into biodiesel to run the lawn maintenance vehicles at the school’s Daytona Beach campus?
The nation’s Republican governors are pressing forward with policies that promote the green economy—and in some cases they have moved further than their Democratic counterparts.
A new report by the National Governors Association (NGA) showed that 28 states enacted more than 60 new “clean” economic development policies between June 2010 and Aug. 2011. Among those states, more than half, or 16, have Republican governors. In five of the states, the policies were started under Democratic governors and were continued by Republicans who replaced them.
Each year 2-3 tons of paper per school makes the journey home in our children’s backpacks with the majority of it landing in the trash. Peachjar reduces this waste by delivering homework and flyers electronically home to parents. Peachjar donates 20% of the proceeds back to schools.