ACE teamed up with a hot new band called As Tall As Lions to take DOT (Do One Thing) to new audiences across the country. They're kicking off their headlining tour tonight in Chicago and we'll be giving away concert tickets to students in Chicago, Denver, Northern California, Atlanta, and Boston!
Meet the band, learn about the project by watching this sweet video:
By Lynda Lopez, ACE Field Correspondent and student at Prosser Career Academy
As a student reporter for the Chicago Tribune’s weekly high school newspaper The Mash, I don't always know what I am going to be investigating! Recently, I was lucky enough to be assigned the cover story for an article entitled “Going Green in Chicago.” I have never felt so deeply impacted by a story before.
The following post is by Emily Miller from from Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy.
On the morning of March 30th, I met up with Sophie Korn, ACE Educator, at LA City Hall to express our support for the LA City Council to vote for the funding of renewable energy through a rate hike from the Department of Water and Power.
Wow! This is a sweet contest, calling all media mavens! Planet Connect has just unveiled its Get Green Video Contest for high school students - the challenge is awesome and the prizes are even sweeter:
A look at four amazing high school students in Indiana and their efforts to create a cleaner, greener world!
This Saturday at 8:30pm, the world will send a powerful message to our leaders that climate change must be dealt with A.S.A.P.! You can help send this message on Saturday by turning off non-essential lighting for one hour and joining in on Earth Hour!
ACE Chicago had the unique opportunity of presenting with the likes of Chevy Chase and Mayor Daley at Al Raby High School for Community and Environment in Garfield Park yesterday - it was off-the-hook! Al Raby is the very first "Green Community School" in Chicago and they are kick-starting a revolution to crush climate change.
Last Monday, I had the great opportunity to go listen to our country’s Secretary of Energy, Steve Chu. After a brief overview of climate change and the reality of global warming due to the human race’s contribution of GHG emissions to the atmosphere, the secretary of energy laid down his thoughts for how the US can transform energy to combat the effects of climate change along with numerous other benefits.