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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint at School

EPA.gov and AdminSecret

April 23, 2009



2. High school students check your school’s climate impact





High school students can investigate the link between everyday actions at their high school, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. Using EPA’s Climate CHange Emission Calculator Kit (Climate CHECK) students can learn about climate change, estimate their school’s greenhouse gas emissions and conceptualize ways to mitigate their school’s climate impact. Students gain detailed understandings of climate-change drivers, impacts, and science; produce an emission inventory and action plan; and can even submit the results of their emission inventory to their school district. You can also use Portfolio Manager to compare the energy use of your school with other schools nationwide, and earn the ENERGY STAR for your school if it qualifies as a top performer.


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