Rhode Island Environmental Education Association
This website represents a multitude of organizations in Rhode Island, from non-profits to schools, who are all interested in increasing Rhode Islander's environmental literacy and awareness. The RIEEA's goal is to "encourage and promote Environmental Education". Links on this site include resources for educators, affiliates, news, contact/membership information, and links to other sites.
K-12 Energy Education Initiatives
State of Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources
This website talks about RI's initiative to educate students on energy. With the help of the National Energy Education Development Project (NEED), RI Educators are able to become certified in teaching energy education through enlisting in the RI NEED program.
For more information on NEED: http://www.need.org/
Engage Students in Environmental and Energy Education:
Guide to Field Trips Featuring Energy Production and Use
Type in your location on this website and be presented with many locations and events around the Northeast that you and your students can explore!
All Locations: http://energyteachers.org/ETODocuments/fieldtripguide-ma.pdf
"What Grows On in Rhode Island"
RI's "Green" Events and Listing Services
Different organizations in Rhode Island offer great opportunities for kids to be educated about the environment. Check out the events listed on this page and plan a fun field trip for your class!
A Guide to Environmental Community Service
Environmental Protection Agency
A booklet of environmental volunteer projects all over the United States.
See how Rhode Island Schools can Increase their Energy Efficiency:
High Performance Schools Exchange in Rhode Island
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
Rhode Island is taking part in the Northeast Collaborative for High Performance Schools; a program that works to build energy efficient and environmentally friendly schools.
Main Northeast CHPS Website: http://www.neep.org/HPSE/nechps.php
Ask an Energy Fellow:
Have an energy-related question?
Email your question to the Energy Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our students will research your question and respond promptly.
Energy Fellows in the News