September 22: Pivoting School Sustainability Programming in the Time of COVID

photo courtesy: U.S. Green Building Council

Date: Tuesday, September 22 | Time: 3-4 p.m. EST

The school year is under way but so much is different this fall. Four green school district champions will share how they’ve shifted their educational and behavior change programming to take advantage of opportunities for outdoor learning, home-based engagement activities, energy auditing, and online zero waste education. Join us for our final event in the Sustainability COVID series to hear about lessons learned and new ideas for keeping sustainability programming moving forward in a realistic way this next school year.


  • Tresine Logsdon, Energy & Sustainability Curriculum Coordinator, Fayette County Public Schools
  • Caroline Coster, Energy Manager, Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • Amanda Mortl, Zero Waste Specialist, Austin Unified Public Schools
  • Ghita Carroll, Sustainability Coordinator, Boulder Valley School District

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We believe that all students deserve to attend sustainable schools that enhance their health and prepare them for 21st century careers.

Our work brings sustainability to life in the classroom and encourages communities to work together toward a future that is healthier for people and the planet. We welcome you to learn and to advance the green schools movement along with us.

The Center for Green Schools

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Melanie Dawn Molina Wood is a Miami native currently living in the historic downtown district. She has earned her LEED Green Associate accreditation, the NAR GREEN designation, and an Eco-broker credential. She is also a proud member of the US Green Building Council, and a member of the Sierra Club. For more information about sustainability in Miami, or to connect with a real estate agent anywhere in the world, contact Melanie Dawn by text/phone at 305.801.3133, or by email at

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