Youth Resource Library


Resource: Youth Resource Library

PowerSave Schools

This program educates students about energy efficiency through a project-based curriculum, saving energy in schools and building pathways to green jobs.

NASA Climate Kids

This program provides educators with lesson plans on climate change to educate students about sustainability.


The different stages of the water cycle include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection. Each stage of the cycle leads to the next stage, and each stage is an important part of a process that helps to water plants, fill cisterns, dry up puddles, and remove floodwaters.

Center for Green Schools

The Center for Green Schools works with school decision makers, community volunteers, and leaders to drive progress.

Nature Rocks

Texas Children in Nature is a network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas! Nature Rocks is one way they connect families with partners that offer access to nature, educational programs or healthy events.

Roots and Shoots

A youth service program to foster respect and compassion for all living things, beliefs, and cultures.

The Green Team

An educational program that empowers students and teachers to help the environment.

Take Care of Texas Teacher Page

Lesson plans to help teachers inform students on how they can do their part to “Take Care of Texas.”

Milken Institute School of Public Health

Milken Institute School of Public Health is the school of public health of the George Washington University, in Washington, DC They can show you effective ways you can help the planet.

Captain Planet

The CPF Institute supports educators and increases their capacity to involve students in investigating natural phenomena, solving problems, and making a difference.

The Sustainability Guide for College Students on a Budget

Wondering how to go green at college while you’re on a strict budget? We have a few sustainability tips for you — a hundred of them, to be exact!

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