50 Ways to Make Your School and Classroom More Green (2023)

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1. Lead a green club 2. Hold a recycling bin decorating contest 3. Apply for grants 4. Get creative with recycling bins 5. Schedule a trash pickup day 6. Add indoor plants 7. Rally for solar panels 8. Get dirty and do a waste audit 9. Track your progress 10. Improve air quality 11. Clean with natural, environmentally friendly products 12. Turn recyclables into an obstacle course 13. Rally for the use of reusable containers for lunches 14. Make yours a zero-waste classroom 15. Grow a garden 16. Do an energy audit 17. Survey students to see what causes they care about most 18. Encourage walking or biking to school 19. Take a pledge 20. Start composting 21. Plant a rain garden 22. Install rain barrels 23. Use supplies year after year 24. Help students understand WHY recycling is important 25. Visit a recycling center or landfill 26. Use eco-friendly craft supplies 27. Educate students, parents, and administrators about sustainability 28. Add more recycling bins 29. Play movies with environmental themes 30. Make your own glue 31. Use recyclables for art projects 32. Add green-focused books to the reading list 33. Make recycling a game 34. Help kids become recycling champions 35. Rely on natural light 36. Aim for an official honor 37. Write an environmental vision statement 38. Reuse in creative ways 39. Host a solar cookout 40. Communicate your success 41. Celebrate environmental holidays 42. Team up with local green companies 43. Replace light bulbs 44. Celebrate your progress (in an eco-friendly way, of course) FAQs Videos

As an educator, there are so many things you can do to make your classroom and school more green. From recycling to planting gardens to powering your school with solar panels to getting a green seal, the ideas are endless. Plus teaching students about green practices now creates a lifelong interest in saving the planet. These ideas help lay the groundwork for a green school and classroom. What will you start today?

1. Lead a green club

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Find students who are interested in making their school more eco-friendly. Help them set a small goal to get started and then encourage them to think of more big picture ideas. Use these tips for success.

2. Hold a recycling bin decorating contest

Get the whole school involved in sprucing up the recycling bins. Task each class with decorating their containers or making their own from scratch. Put them on display and have students vote for their favorites!

3. Apply for grants

Find and apply for grants that offer financial support for green-school initiatives. Here are some garden grants to get you started, but there are lots of other opportunities out there.

4. Get creative with recycling bins

Go beyond the basic blue bucket and make your receptacle stand out. Try this hungry recycle monster. Or keep things super organized with a recycling station, complete with colorful bins clearly labeled for paper, plastic bottles, cans, and cardboard. The easier and more fun recycling is, the more students (and staff) will want to join in.

5. Schedule a trash pickup day

Make it an annual, monthly, or weekly event. Getting outside to see, firsthand, how much trash ends up on the ground helps students become more aware of where they’re putting their litter.

6. Add indoor plants

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Studies show that indoor plants naturally purify the air and provide health benefits, like fewer cold symptoms and improved behavior. Start with easy-to-grow plants, like a spider plant, snake plant, jade, English ivy, or golden pothos. Get kids involved in the plant care and nurture mini gardeners.

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7. Rally for solar panels

Yes, this is a pricey way to become a green school, but it’s one that pays off. According to EnergySage, solar is the cheapest energy source and saves a ton of money. Plus schools typically have flat roofs, which are a natural fit for solar panels. Do some research and get your administration on board!

8. Get dirty and do a waste audit

Hand out some rubber gloves and let students dig in! Dump trash cans onto a tarp to see just how many recyclables were doomed for the landfill. Tally up all of the misplaced items and communicate the total to the entire school. You can use this waste audit here. Conduct another audit in a month or two and see if your numbers improve.

9. Track your progress

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Monitor your school’s recycling impact when you sign up for Recycle Rally. It’s an easy way to set goals and see all of your efforts in one place.

10. Improve air quality

A comfortable, healthy, and safe environment is so important. Old schools with out-of-date ventilation may cause problems. Launch a campaign to improve air quality with tips from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Action Kit.

11. Clean with natural, environmentally friendly products

Start by cleaning with green products in your own classroom. Here’s an article from the EPA to help give you a rundown of what to look for. In particular, read the labels and be aware of any of them that have big cautions or warnings. This is a sign that they might have harmful ingredients. But rally other teachers and administration to take a close look at the products they’re using school-wide, from how they clean the cafeteria tables to the gym floors.

12. Turn recyclables into an obstacle course

13. Rally for the use of reusable containers for lunches

Between sandwiches, snacks, and leftovers, that’s a lot of plastic at lunchtime. Glass or stainless steel containers come in all sizes and are perfect for school meals. Challenge students to start using them.

14. Make yours a zero-waste classroom

If this seems a little extreme, start slow. Maybe try for a zero-waste day or week just to test the waters. If you make it a fun challenge with a little reward, the kids will totally get on board.

15. Grow a garden

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Find a small space on school grounds for a garden. Get students involved from the very start—let them choose the plot. Turn it into a teaching moment and have them determine the best spot based on light needs and soil type. Grow veggies and let kids experience how easy it is to grow their own food.

16. Do an energy audit

Analyze and improve your classroom’s energy use. Ask students to brainstorm easy ways to cut back, such as turning off computers every night.

17. Survey students to see what causes they care about most

Whether it’s recycling, installing energy-efficient lighting, or switching to earth-friendly cleaning products, find out what students and their parents care about most. Send out a quick survey.

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18. Encourage walking or biking to school

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Designate a day, maybe near the beginning of the school year, to encourage students to find green ways to get to school, whether it’s walking, biking, or riding a scooter. Doing it early in the year might make kids fall in love with the mode of transportation and stick with it for the whole year.

19. Take a pledge

Have students take a pledge to commit to recycling, reducing waste, and saving energy. Putting it writing and displaying the pledges in a high-traffic area at school helps kids remember to take it seriously.

20. Start composting

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Eliminate food waste by adding a compost bin to your classroom or cafeteria. Food scraps don’t require anything fancy—a five-gallon bucket, small pail, or a wooden crate work just fine. Create a compost team that is responsible for transporting the scraps to a bigger bin outdoors every day.

21. Plant a rain garden

A garden filled with native perennials designed to capture runoff rainwater and recycle it back into the ground is super beneficial to the environment. It also reduces pollution and preserves the sewer systems. Use these lesson plans to get students involved.

22. Install rain barrels

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Catch rainwater to feed your school garden. Reusing the water reduces the amount of water that ends up in the sewer system, plus the fresh water is better for the plants. You can also add the water you collect to your compost pile.

23. Use supplies year after year

Reuse last year’s supplies. Set out a box on clean-out day and ask students and parents to throw unwanted items like half-used crayons, colored pencils, and notebooks in it. Either utilize them next school year or donate them.

24. Help students understand WHY recycling is important

Sure, you can ask kids to toss their plastic bottles in the blue bins, but until they fully grasp the benefit, it’ll seem like a chore. Turn the hows and whys of recycling into a lesson plan to make it stick.

25. Visit a recycling center or landfill

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Go on a field trip to a recycling center or landfill. The landfill visit helps students see how much trash is collected. And a recycling center trip shows how their efforts pay off.

26. Use eco-friendly craft supplies

From recycled dry-erase markers to construction paper, the possibilities for earth-friendly school supplies are endless. Use this roundup to see what’s out there.

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27. Educate students, parents, and administrators about sustainability

Pull together stats and information to help everyone realize how beneficial a green school can be. Let everyone know the impact an entire school can make on the environment.

28. Add more recycling bins

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It sounds obvious, but it’s often overlooked. Simply add more bins, especially near every trash can, and clearly label them. Make it really easy for students to toss the right stuff into the right bin.

29. Play movies with environmental themes

There are plenty of movies that educate kids about environmental issues in a fun way—they won’t even realize they’re learning. You can also find informative clips on YouTube if you don’t have the ability or time to show a full movie.

30. Make your own glue

All you need is a few kitchen ingredients, such as vinegar, powdered dry milk, and baking soda, to whip up a batch of non-toxic glue.

31. Use recyclables for art projects

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From unwanted paper to tin cans to bottle caps, the project possibilities are endless. Create a plastic bottle mural in your classroom or in a place where the whole school can enjoy it. Bonus points if you make your mural’s message related to recycling!

32. Add green-focused books to the reading list

Help kids learn about the importance of sustainability with books for all ages, including teens.

33. Make recycling a game

From bottle bowling to a recyclables scavenger hunt, it’s easy to bring awareness to recycling with a fun and active event. Use these kid-friendly ideas to get started. You can also get inspiration from this trick-shot teacher.

34. Help kids become recycling champions

Share your ideas and successes with other green schools in your area. Better yet, let students put together presentations about the biggest lessons and wins at your school. Spreading sustainability love benefits the entire community.

35. Rely on natural light

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Keep blinds and shades open to let the vitamin D in. Natural light leads to higher productivity and improves overall mood—for students and teachers! Plus the light offers a little extra heat on those chilly days.

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36. Aim for an official honor

Everything from floor cleaner to hand soap can be switched out for earth-friendly products. Analyze what your school currently uses and help make changes. Eventually, get your school Green Seal certified! Project Green Schools is another good one to look into.

37. Write an environmental vision statement

Include the hows and whys and then share it with students, parents, and even the school board. The more support you can drum up, the better the outcome.

38. Reuse in creative ways

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Kids are creative thinkers when it comes to reusing materials. In this idea, you can wrangle up a bunch of plastic bottles and have kids turn them into plant containers to hang around the classroom. You’re giving old bottles a new life and adding all of the health benefits of plants. Ask your students what else they can come up with, too.

39. Host a solar cookout

Have students build their own sun ovens and try to cook some food using the sun! This is a fun, hands-on science lesson that students will remember for years to come. You can easily find good sun oven plans on Pinterest.

40. Communicate your success

Everyone is motivated by victory, so don’t shy away from bragging about progress whenever possible—the weekly newsletter, school assemblies, social media, or however your school communicates. Excitement is contagious, so the more you can get people talking about positive changes, the better.

41. Celebrate environmental holidays

There are so many to choose from! Bike to School Day happens every year in early May, America Recycles Day (part of the Keep America Beautiful program) is on or around November 15, and the Great American Cleanup (also part of the Keep America Beautiful program) usually happens on the first day of spring. A quick Google search will bring up a ton more! The video above is a collaboration between PepsiCo Recycling and WeAreTeachers from last year to celebrate America Recycles Day.

42. Team up with local green companies

Find organizations or businesses in your community that have the same green goals. They can help educate you and the students, offering up new ideas and assisting you with execution.

43. Replace light bulbs

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Old schools may have old light fixtures, so rally to get them updated. New lighting or better bulbs save energy. Bonus: Remember to turn the lights off when you’re not in the room.

44. Celebrate your progress (in an eco-friendly way, of course)

Once you’ve met your recycling and sustainability goals for the year, find a creative way to celebrate the achievement and reward students for their efforts. Give these recycled-bottle trophies to kids who made the most impact.

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FAQs

How can we make our school clean and green? ›

Bring Back Fresh Air & Daylight
  1. Organize classroom cleanup days. ...
  2. Ask your school to implement green cleaning, pest control, and maintenance policies. ...
  3. Raise funds for air quality meters. ...
  4. Organize a Local Food Day. ...
  5. Set up a green student club. ...
  6. Form a carpooling, cycling, or walking group.
4 May 2015

How can a student go green? ›

5 top tips on being an eco-friendly student
  1. Buy reusable products or products made of recycled content. There's a great range of products available that are made from recycled content or can be reused over and over again. ...
  2. Recycle, recycle, recycle! ...
  3. Use sustainable transport. ...
  4. Reduce your power usage. ...
  5. Buy local, eat local.

What are some green activities? ›

15 Green Summer Activities
  • Have a picnic in your backyard or at the park. ...
  • Go camping. ...
  • Spend an evening looking at the stars. ...
  • Work on your garden. ...
  • Plant a tree. ...
  • Set up a rainwater harvesting system in your backyard. ...
  • Plan a treasure hunt. ...
  • Make a bird-feeder or bird house.
23 May 2017

How can schools become eco friendly? ›

There are many environmentally-friendly things you can do at school or college to help protect the planet and prevent climate change. These include setting up recycling schemes and finding greener ways to travel to and from school.

What are 3 ways to clean green? ›

7 Quick And Easy Green Cleaning Tips And Tricks For Every Home
  1. Use multi-purpose products whenever possible. ...
  2. Reuse those old toothbrushes. ...
  3. Kick kitchen towel to the kerb. ...
  4. Invest in baking soda. ...
  5. Upcycle waste paper and magazines. ...
  6. Reuse your plastic bottles. ...
  7. Use plants to get rid of pests.

How can make this world green? ›

How can we make our buildings green?
  1. Taking an intelligent approach to energy.
  2. Safeguarding water resources.
  3. Minimising waste and maximising reuse.
  4. Promoting health and wellbeing.
  5. Keeping our environment green.
  6. Creating resilient and flexible structures.
  7. Connecting communities and people.

What are 10 ways to keep our environment clean? ›

Read on to know 10 practical ways to help clean the environment.
  1. Reduce the usage of your electrical appliances. ...
  2. Drive your car less. ...
  3. Reduce the usage of your wooden stove. ...
  4. Maintain a healthy eco system. ...
  5. Reduce usage of chemicals and pesticides. ...
  6. Recycle the waste products. ...
  7. Reduce carbon footprints. ...
  8. Grow your food locally.

How can you create a green school or community? ›

  1. Establish A Green Team or Eco-Committee. ...
  2. Adopt An Environmental Vision Statement or Planet Pledge. ...
  3. Conduct A School Environmental Survey or Audit. ...
  4. Create A Green School Action Plan. ...
  5. Monitor and Evaluate Progress. ...
  6. Integrate Greening into the Curriculum. ...
  7. Inform, Involve, and Celebrate!

How can we make our school clean? ›

Check out these school cleanliness tips that'll help you keep the entire building clean and safe for everyone.
  1. Start With The Basics. ...
  2. Section Off The School. ...
  3. Do Regular Disinfection. ...
  4. Put Recycle Bins All Around The School. ...
  5. Hire A Professional Cleaning Company. ...
  6. Create A Cleaning Schedule For The Staff.
22 Jul 2019

Why should colleges go green? ›

Here are some of the many reasons college students should care about climate change. The climate plays a major role in our food supply –– and not only through droughts or floods. Changing climate patterns affect biodiversity in many ways, from the decline in pollinators like honeybees to overfarming and habitat losses.

What interventions can you do as a student to have a green environment? ›

Here are 15 easy ways you can live greener while you're a student:
  • Take Notes Electronically.
  • Decrease Meat Consumption.
  • Adopt Reusable Bag Practices.
  • Nix Bottled Water.
  • Recycle.
  • Power Down.
  • Buy Less or Borrow.
  • Walk or Bike More.
14 Apr 2022

Which are the 12 main themes of eco school? ›

Water
  • Biodiversity.
  • Energy.
  • Global Citizenship.
  • Healthy Living.
  • Litter.
  • Marine.
  • School Grounds.
  • Transport.

What is green school idea? ›

? A “Green School” is identified with those elements and practices that inculcate environmental sensitivity and promote environmental sustainability through various environment-friendly means that encourage judicious use of resources.

What are 20 ways to help the environment? ›

20 ways to help save the planet
  • Refuse plastic wherever you can. ...
  • Cut coffee-cup waste by carrying your own reusable cup. ...
  • Invest in a refillable glass water bottle. ...
  • Love your old bags! ...
  • Recycle all paper and cardboard packaging. ...
  • When you buy meat and fish. ...
  • Get tough on grease and oil. ...
  • Look for organic cotton products.
22 Jul 2018

What are 100 ways to help the environment? ›

Join a carpool or vanpool to get to work.
  • Ways to use less water.
  • Check and fix any water leaks. Install water-saving devices on your faucets and toilets. ...
  • Ways to protect our water.
  • Revegetate or mulch disturbed soil as soon as possible. Never dump anything down a storm drain. ...
  • Create less trash.

What are 30 ways to help the environment? ›

Want to make your life more environmentally friendly? Here's 30 ways
  • Recycle. Recycling conserves natural resources, reduces pollution and saves energy. ...
  • Turn down the bag. ...
  • Buy only what you will use. ...
  • Buy second hand. ...
  • Don't invest in idle equipment. ...
  • Donate used goods. ...
  • Buy products with less packaging. ...
  • Avoid disposable products.
17 Jun 2019

What are green methods? ›

Key focuses of green building methods are the use of natural, recycled and sustainable building materials; efficient design and use of water and power systems; reduction in pollution and waste; and minimizing damage to the local ecosystem during and after construction.

What are the activities for clean and green? ›

50 Ways to Go Green
  • Start a family “go-green fund.” Review your previous water, gas and electric bills. ...
  • Create your own wrapping paper or gift bags out of magazines, scrap cloth or newspaper.
  • Make it a contest. ...
  • Plant trees together.
  • Adopt a road or park, and pick up litter.
  • Build a compost bin together. ...
  • Plant a garden.

How can we make our city clean and green? ›

  1. COMMUNITY GARDEN.
  2. GREEN YOUR BUILDING.
  3. SMART ENERGY POLICIES.
  4. ENCOURAGE BICYCLING AMONG CITIZENS.
  5. REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE.
  6. URBAN FORESTRY.
  7. EFFICIENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT.
  8. QUALITY PUBLIC SPACES.

How do you make a greener place? ›

27 Ways to Make the World a Better (and Greener) Place
  1. Compost food you'd normally throw out.
  2. Use Earth-friendly cleaning products.
  3. Never, ever litter.
  4. If you see someone else litter, call them out!
  5. Use energy-efficient light bulbs.
  6. Take shorter showers.
  7. Recycle old tech gadgets . . .
16 Jan 2016

How can we grow our future greener? ›

We've recorded this talk by Clean North green gardening guru Abby Obenchain.
...
Pick one, and make some realistic goals to start with.
  1. 1 Improve soil health. ...
  2. 2 Increase plant diversity. ...
  3. 3 Use water wisely. ...
  4. 4 Improve wildlife habitat. ...
  5. 5 Reduce chemical use. ...
  6. 6 Get rid of invasive plants. ...
  7. 7 Reduce plastic/fossil fuel use.
25 Apr 2022

What are 5 ways we can clean up pollution? ›

Fourteen Ways to Reduce Polluted Runoff
  • Properly dispose of hazardous household items. ...
  • Reduce or eliminate use of fertilizers and chemical herbicides and pesticides. ...
  • Make an appointment to service your septic system. ...
  • Landscape with native plants. ...
  • Eliminate bare spots in your yard. ...
  • Make a rain garden.

How can you keep your environment clean at school and at home? ›

Recycle paper, glass, and plastic.

Recycling helps reduce the amount of trash that goes into the landfill, so you're helping the environment and keeping your school clean at the same time. If your school doesn't participate in a recycling program, ask your teachers or your principal about starting one.

How can we keep our environment clean for Class 3 essay? ›

Throwing garbage all over the place will dirty our surroundings, pollute the environment. Controlling the use of plastic bags will help to keep our surroundings clean. One should use recycled and eco-friendly products like paper or jute bags instead of others. Littering causes land, air and water pollution.

What are the 8 themes of green schools? ›

Browse Themes
  • Litter and Waste.
  • Energy.
  • Water.
  • Travel.
  • Biodiversity.
  • Global Citizenship – Litter & Waste.
  • Global Citizenship – Energy.
  • Global Citizenship – Marine Environment.

What is clean and green program in school? ›

Green cleaning programs implement processes, products and equipment that protect human health and the environment. And a truly healthy school teaches students to value their own health, as well as the health of the environment.

How can you make your school beautiful? ›

How to Improve Your School's Appearance
  1. If you feel like your school is not in the greatest shape, or just isn't a very enthusiastic place, you can start it as a project Improving Your School. ...
  2. 1 Branding. ...
  3. 1 Enhancing Your School's Appearance. ...
  4. Hot Coffee and WiFi. ...
  5. 2 Start a garden. ...
  6. 3 Paint a mural. ...
  7. 4 Improving Opportunities.
12 Oct 2019

Why should we go green Give five reasons? ›

For some people the desire to go green is to benefit the broader environment: fight climate change, reduce air pollution and curtail the harm we inflict on the planet and its many species. Others are motivated by their love and concern for the health and well-being of humanity.

What are the green habits? ›

These habits are not just environmentally friendly but also economically beneficial. Being green means being mindful of the repercussions of our actions, being thrifty, and making the most of the resources available by recycling, reusing, and rebuilding. More than effort, what it takes to become greener is the intent.

How do I start going green at home? ›

Ways to Go Green at Home
  1. Upgrade to Energy Star Appliances. Photo via @designbydlc. ...
  2. Run a Smart Thermostat. Photo via @securityservices_stoke. ...
  3. Install Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs. ...
  4. Reduce Water Heater Temperature. ...
  5. Unblock HVAC Vents. ...
  6. Choose Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products. ...
  7. Cut Down on Waste. ...
  8. Reduce Water Usage.
24 Oct 2022

What are the 50 good habits? ›

50 Simple habits for a happier, healthier life
  • Rid your home of clutter and keep it tidy. ...
  • Wear sunblock every day. ...
  • Boost your brain power with dark chocolate. ...
  • Give more hugs. ...
  • Get a massage once a month. ...
  • Spend time in nature. ...
  • Spend 10-15 minutes of one-on-one time with each of your children, each day. ...
  • Wash your face every night.
24 Jan 2018

What are 100 ways to reduce pollution? ›

Join a carpool or vanpool to get to work.
  • Ways to use less water.
  • Check and fix any water leaks. Install water-saving devices on your faucets and toilets. ...
  • Ways to protect our water.
  • Revegetate or mulch disturbed soil as soon as possible. Never dump anything down a storm drain. ...
  • Create less trash.

How do you make a place greener? ›

Here are 17 ways you can make your home eco-friendlier.
  1. Look into the possibility of installing a smart meter. ...
  2. Invest in energy efficient light bulbs. ...
  3. Installing solar panels on your home. ...
  4. Insulate your home properly. ...
  5. Install underfloor heating. ...
  6. Keep house repairs local. ...
  7. Pick water-based paints.

How can we save green environment? ›

Conserve electricity.
  1. Consume less. Curbing consumption can have a huge impact on the environment. ...
  2. Compost. ...
  3. Choose reusable over single-use. ...
  4. Upcycle more. ...
  5. Recycle properly. ...
  6. Shop secondhand. ...
  7. Buy local. ...
  8. Use fewer chemicals.

How can we save green nature? ›

6 ways to help save the planet and protect our natural world
  1. Choose renewable energy. ...
  2. Lower your water usage. ...
  3. Reduce your food-print. ...
  4. Lower your electricity usage. ...
  5. Limit your day-to-day carbon emissions and waste. ...
  6. Support climate initiatives and organizations.
27 Oct 2022

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