Last week at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) annual conference In Boston, Solar One introduced the Green Design Lab National Network. Through curriculum, + Read More
Island nations are at particular risk from climate change, for fairly obvious reasons: Rising sea levels could obliterate whole nations over the next century. + Read More
New York State has moved up the ranks into the top five states creating solar jobs in the US. Last year we were still + Read More
Last year, Solar One’s Education department applied for and received a grant from the Toshiba America Foundation to fund four School Greening Projects at + Read More
The Ditmas Park Corner has a really nice article about Solarize Brooklyn and how it’s helping 23 central Brooklyn homeowners install rooftop solar pv systems + Read More
On January 8 in Albany, Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his 2014 State of the State address. While the broadcast version of the address focused + Read More
Innovative, place-based sustainability education focusing on renewable energy and urban environments, includes the Green Design Lab and short-term Enrichment Education workshops.
Public education on energy efficiency, sustainable urban living, and renewable energy incentives. Clean Energy Connections, Energy $mart Communities, Whole Buildings, and extensive community outreach.
Hands-on technical training courses in green hard skills and environmental literacy for fast-growth green jobs fields, held with workforce agencies.
A living demonstration of sustainable design and cutting-edge clean technology, this planned new building will be NYC’s Green Energy, Arts & Education Center.
Summer-long solar-powered events including the Sun to Stars Festival of South Asian Dance and Music, film and dance, live music, and eco-art for youth.
Landscaped with indigenous plants, flowers, berries and trees, the Park is sustainably managed, located on the East River bike path, and visited daily by thousands of New Yorkers.