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This group is for teachers, group leaders, counselors, principals, sports coaches, parents, or any individual, age 21 or older, who wants to help T4PE teens make a difference for the Earth.

Members: 25
Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2012

WHY JOIN THIS GROUP?

Advising a group of teens is challenging. But you don't need to go it alone! Join this group and ask your fellow Adult Advisors questions, get support, and share your experiences and expertise with others.

You might also consider starting a separate group for your project team. It can help you communicate with one another; share information, photos, and videos about your project; vote on team related issues; and a whole lot more!

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Teens for Planet Earth Community Project Awards Application 2012 1 Reply

Started by WCS/Teens for Planet Earth. Last reply by Allison Hague Sep 26, 2012.

Starting an environmental club at a school 2 Replies

Started by Jennell Ives. Last reply by Emily Angelise Jun 1, 2010.

Grant Opportunities for Adults 1 Reply

Started by Jennell Ives. Last reply by Barbara Murphy May 20, 2009.

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Comment by Marilyn Brennan on March 23, 2009 at 3:53pm
I considered planning another trip with TREE youth, however with the economic situation of our program, the zoo, and the rest of the country, it just wasn't justifiable. Hoping that this venue will really inspire communication among the TPE teams and advisors as well.
Comment by Jeanine Silversmith on March 23, 2009 at 3:21pm
Unfortunately, no. Stay tuned for more announcements about upcoming events - we'll be sure to post them on the home page.
 

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The Secret Garden

We will not stand by and witness the end of each beautiful and amazing species.We will stand up for them because if we don't, who else will?               -The Ramaz Environmental ClubSee More
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NYC Beekeepers Association

  ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB Presents: A night with distinguished author Alison Gillespie Tuesday October 7th 7-9pm NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting 125 East 15th Street Featuring: Author of "Hives in the City: Keeping Honey Bees Alive in an Urban World,"…
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NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting at Seafarers & International House, 123

October 7, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
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People's Climate March

People's Climate MarchSeptember 21st,I pull on my cap and volunteer shirt, walk to Columbus Circle Subway Station, all while simultaneously yawning. It's 7:30 in the morning. I'm already on duty. As I gaze around, I glimpse passerby in absurd and fascinating costumes. A man or a sun, a man-sun strolls along. Someone with a pointed warlock hat- not really sure what he was supposed to be.People are already here, committed to the act of defying climate change. The day progresses, my arms ache from…See More
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CCD of Honey Bees

CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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CCD of Honey Bees

CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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