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The Campus Climate Challenge

The Campus Climate Challenge is a project of more than 30 leading youth organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Challenge leverages the power of young people to organize on college campuses and high schools across Canada and the U.S. to win 100% Clean Energy policies at their schools. The Challenge is growing a generation-wide movement to stop global warming, by reducing the pollution from our high schools and colleges down to zero, and leading our society to a clean energy future.


Student Environmental Action Coalition

SEAC-pronounced "seek," as in "seeking" -is a grassroots coalition of student and youth environmental groups, working together to protect our planet and our future. Through this united effort, thousands of youth have translated their concern into action by sharing resources, building coalitions, and challenging the limited mainstream definition of environmental issues.



Ever wished you could do something about global warming? It might seem there's nothing you can do about global warming. The problem is just too big. Of course, we all contribute to global warming. We all have a "carbon footprint," the total carbon dioxide emissions we create when we drive or fly or use electricity. Eliminate your carbon footprint with TerraPass.


Environmental Impact Quiz

This is a test to help determine your impact on the natural environment and suggest ways to help you make better decisions for biodiversity.  The quiz should take about 5 minutes, and will give you an "eco-rating" as well as an idea of how you scored in relation to others who have taken the test.


Guide to Climate Change


The Nature Conservancy

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.