Students and teachers push to reduce U.S. school emissions

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  • 12/22/2023
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About 50 school districts around the United States are pushing for school retrofits and to prepare students for green jobs

Many ageing buildings among 100,000 schools in U.S.
School carbon emissions equal to 17 million cars
Focus on green jobs, climate education, cutting emissions

WASHINGTON – Emma Weber traces the start of her climate activism to wildfires that two years ago burned hundreds of houses in Boulder, Colorado, and forced her family to evacuate their home.

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