Through its "Change the World, Start with Energy Star" campaign, the EPA is partnering with other groups to advance energy efficiency and conservation education for kids.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is teaming up with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and parent-teacher organizations on conservation education for kids, with the aim of training the next generation to become eco-conscious citizens. Through the EPA’s Change the World, Start with Energy Star campaign, the groups will focus on teaching kids about global warming.
As part of the program, kids and their families will learn how to save energy by taking the Energy Star pledge, which includes switching to energy-efficient lighting, fully insulating homes, replacing energy hogs with more energy-efficient appliances, and other home energy saving tips. Already, more than 2 million Americans have taken the pledge. According to Energy Star, if every American household followed suit, we would save $18 billion in annual energy costs.
Continue reading about the campaign at Energy Star's Change the World webpage.