Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Have fun connecting with other teens around the world and get advice on environmental projects. Let us know if you need any assistance with anything.
Debbie Dieneman Keim
"Welcome Lee-Ann! I am assuming you were at the zoo yesterday! Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Enjoy the site and good luck with your project. There are so many great resources on this site.
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! I noticed that you live in NY. If you are interested in becoming a veterinarian some day, a great way to start is by volunteering! There are opportunities for teen volunteers at both the Prospect…"
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. I noticed that you go to school in Brooklyn. Did you know that the Prospect Park Zoo has a teen volunteer program? We are currently accepting applications for volunteering during the school year. If you…"
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! Good luck with any projects you work on. You may also be interested in teen volunteer opportunities at the Prospect Park Zoo or the Aquarium. Check it out!"
"Hi Chelsea! Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! I notice you live in Brooklyn - many teens do volunteer at the Prospect Park Zoo or the Aquarium. You might want to check it out! Good luck with any future projects, too."
Overview of what was mentioned in the webinar
As of 1989 recycling in NYC and the boroughs has been a law. In addition, there is a legal school recycling plan, as well as the chancellor’s regulation 1-850. Ultimately, recycling is a…
The Linking Angels“And you shall make two golden cherubim; you shall make them of hammered work, from the two ends of the ark cover.” (Shemot 25:18)Among the various instructions provided for the assembling of the Mishkan in Parshat Terumah, the cherubim are quite an odd and ambiguous request. Rarely do they appear elsewhere in the Torah and never are these entities described clearly, other than their having wings and faces pointing towards the Aron Kodesh. Their purpose in Judaism and the…See More
After an amazing presentation by Jen Prescott, the Ramaz school was introduced to waste and sustainability eco-pathways. As a start to the change in our school culture, we have purchased a tumbler -still not sure what to name it yet!- and have begun…