Green Eco Warriors provides Sustainability Education aligned with national standards. Our lessons take a holistic approach to learning, incorporating environmental, health and social perspectives in a format children can easily comprehend.
Our programs are offered for Free in Western Mass through the MASS SAVE school fundraiser programs. Call us at 860-993-0714 to book your educational presentation today.
Mass Save program activities include:
- Educational presentations that engage students in energy conservation
- Fund raising lighting sales program with prizes for participants click here to view prizes
- Opportunities to participate in local community fundraising events
Teacher Awards and Recognition
Each year we award one teacher our Master Green Eco Warrior award. The award is given to an educator who goes beyond traditional classroom activities to provide excellent science based conservation teaching and youth engagement.
Send us your nomination for Master Green Eco Warrior of the year. Please include “Nomination for master Green Eco Warrior teacher award”, in the subject line and email your photos and story to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The winner will be featured on our website, in our National publication and will win a $300 gift card to Barnes and Nobles.
Why Invite the Green Eco Warriors to your school?
The Save Energy Save Dinero Challenge sparks interest in students and engages them through educational live entertainment and take home educational tools. The combination of live character based learning and the take home message provided in the book “Dinero The Frog Learns to Save Energy” allows the children to literally bring the message of energy conservation home.
Our educational tools align with National STEM standards and have received the National Department Of Energy award for market leadership in home energy conservation. The science based conservation messages can be shared with the student’s family, discussed in the home, and the teachings can implemented with the entire family on-board.
Providing simple information on energy conservation to children and families empowers families to make an immediate difference. “Dinero The Frog Learns to Save Energy” teaches responsibility through education and action. It brings the power of knowledge to the hands of the next generation creating energy conservation leaders and reinforcing the lessons. Through our live presentations and publications student’s learn: where electricity comes from, the differences between fossil and renewable fuels, the effects of pollution and global warming, what they can do to defeat the Phantom Draw™, and how to “Save Energy and Save Dinero™”. The book, DVDs, website, and magazines are the first steps in our many educational tools for youth and families. They are designed to serve as constant reference guides to living sustainable.
CREATING A CULTURE OF SUSTAINABLE THINKERS® WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 [11:30 am – 12:30 pm] Pesky Plastic: An Environmental Story Leticia Colon de Mejias Dynamic author, award-winning entrepreneur and activist Leticia Colon De Mejias reads from her books, written to national science standards for children ages Kindergarten through Grade 3. Find comfort and inspiration for a better future in Leticia’s stories and unique perspective. View the book reading at : https://www.facebook.com/gewsavetheday Green Eco Warriors is a Connecticut based nonprofit. Since 2008, we have been creating and disseminating science based sustainability focused graphic texts, comic books, children’s books, magazines and providing live seminars and performances in schools across America. Our sustainability educational tools are aligned with national science standards. Our lessons take a holistic approach to learning, incorporating environmental, health, and social perspectives in a format that children can easily understand. Our mission is to help each child bring out their inner Warrior and to help them learn to see the world through science with an eye towards problem solving. Our goal is to encourage all youth to engage with the world through nature, science, and the arts. We work to help youth develop and apply their own special talents (super powers). We are honored to work with Hartford’s Office of Sustainability and provide this copy of, “Pesky Plastic, an Environmental story”, and the online book readings. We hope you will enjoy the books and the readings, and that they inspire you to dig into science, environmental leadership, and develop your...read more
These youth had excellent questions for this career panel which featured doctors, marine biologists, musicians, a dancer, teachers, environmentalist, insurance actuaries, and our Green Eco Warriors President @ Annie Fisher STEM school...read more
Think of the planet’s atmosphere as a bath tub that is filling with water faster than the drain can empty it. It is the same for CO2 and other greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. If we don’t stop adding CO2 at a faster rate than it can be removed, the atmosphere will be overloaded, just like how the tub will overflow with too much water. We must stop adding greenhouse gases and increase the amount of plants that naturally remove the carbon dioxide from the environment. If we give the planet a chance to catch up, then the atmosphere will find balance. All we have to do is turn off the “faucet” and stop the pollution at its source! Every type of Energy Source has a different impact on the environment. Some of the effects of these energy sources include toxic waste and the release of green house gases. On the other hand, renewable energy sources are clean and cause little environmental impact. They are safer, more responsible alternatives to non-renewable energy sources which we use today. Did you Know? Most carbon emissions, and other types of pollution in the environment come from the burning of fossil fuels like coal, gas, and oil. These fuels are used for most of our energy needs, including electricity production and powering cars and other vehicles. We use more electricity today than ever before. Electricity is part of our everyday life. Think about how we use it to: cook and to keep food from...read more