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Impacting the world through nonprofit theater — and by driving electric

Caitlin K. is a Community Affairs Manager in the Mayor’s Office and the manager of a nonprofit climate theater in Atlanta, Georgia, with the mission to lift up historically marginalized …

School leadership in sustainability celebrated at the White House

On Apr 26, 2024, Generation180 participated in the first-ever White House Summit for Sustainable and Healthy K-12 School Buildings and Grounds, an event that brought together the leading school district …

School district produces more clean energy than it consumes

This story was originally written for the Powering a Brighter Future in Pennsylvania; a 2022 report on solar at Pennsylvania K-12 schools. — Midd-West School District, a small district serving …

Renew America’s Schools grantees invest in clean energy and energy efficiency

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) launched the Renew America’s Schools Program in 2022, a grant program created in the Bipartisan Infrastructure law that will distribute $500 million over five …

Miami-Dade centers sustainability on what matters most: students

Over the past few years, Generation180 has been supporting and uplifting the clean energy progress underway at Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the third largest public school district in the …

Pennsylvania town powers workforce training with the sun

The city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, located 60 miles east of Pittsburgh, earned a reputation during the Industrial Revolution as a leader in steel production and rail manufacturing. The historic coal …