Green Kids Now is partnering with Save The Frogs non-profit organization to reconstruct wetlands to restore natural habitats. Thanks...
Message from the Founder
Green Kids Now, is
Encouraging our next generation to responsibly innovate
Innovation and Environmental Sustainability should not be considered separately. Most of the issues we are seeing today with us not knowing how to use our raw
materials and how to dispose of an item properly- like plastics, are because when people created products they did not consider these things. But now we know from
our mistakes and from the issues we are currently facing today, that the right way is for us to think about environmental sustainability from the beginning of creating
any product or solution.
Environmental etiquette is the new norm for innovation
|Building Responsible Innovators:
Green Kids Conference
|Submit nominations for Green Champ Award!
*** Nominee must be less than 17 years old ***
Work that demonstrates passion and leadership in environmental care and sustainability, is eligible for the award!
Bay Area People – episode on Green Kids Now’s programs:
08/17/2015 - 12/31/2015
|Guidance for Green Star School Award - www.greenstarschool.org|
11/30/2015 - 12/01/2015
Wetlands Reconstruction Project at Clifford School
Clifford School, Redwood City CA
A Picture is worth a thousand words! Let’s Save Our Planet! – plastic caps artwork, by students of Prashanti Arts School, & volunteers of Green Kids Now.
Science Experiments, Research Papers & Publications Green Kids Now’s Mission: Our mission is to help kids take the path of innovation by utilizing
Invite youth speakers for powerful and motivational presentations and keynote speeches! To request Climate Leader, Pavan Raj Gowda, or...
Green Kids Now, is raising awareness in our local communities, about our Waste Management, the progress we have made so...
Project Goal: To recycle all the valuable Polypropylene & Polyethylene plastic caps, and prevent it from ending up as litter...
– by, Climate Leader, Pavan Raj Gowda
My Aquaponics Adventure!
– by, Amita Gowda, 8 years old volunteer
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