A Global Warming Workshop serving schools and after schools. Fun, funny, yet to-the-point, “e” inc.’s climate change workshop helps students get serious about making a difference in this planetary challenge.
How to be Cool about Getting Hot
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Discovering Fort Point Channel
A federally funded daily woodland summer field experiences for teams from urban day camps.
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While answers to current environmental problems require a suite of solutions, little can succeed without a literate, involved, and committed citizenry. “e” inc. is making the idea of an active citizenry, grounded in science, a reality. “e” inc. promotes the conservation of our world for all people and all beings.
Gardens and Growing
Does food come ‘from the grocery store?’ Growing plants from seed lets students discover how plants grow and develop. This leads to a real understanding of where food comes from and how it gets to your street. Then, we grow it!
All the while kids learn about the amazing cycles of nutrients, water, air, and carbon that support a healthy garden. Both children and teens learn how to grow and care for gardens.
Exploration in the Urban Wilds
Climate Change: The What and The How
In this program, students learn the science of climate change by investigating questions such as:
What are greenhouse gases?
How do they behave in the atmosphere?
What are renewable resources?
What is carbon?
How are fossil fuels made?
What are some effects of climate change?
Through games and experiments, students discover the causes and the effects of climate change, as well as, ways to decrease their own and their school’s carbon footprints.
A hands-on field trip for groups from day camps and community centers. From catching crabs in the Fort Point Channel to understanding the concept of a watershed to rowing on the water, youth participate in a fun, discovery-filled day. Run in partnership with the Boston Rowing Center.
The ocean contain some of the most fascinating and unique animals in the world; yet, despite its vast size, it is the least explored ecosystem on the planet.
In Ocean Explorers, students learn about the vastness of the ocean and the variety of its beings.
They also come to understand the importance of water and the role the ocean plays in all the systems of our planet.
The Amazon Rainforest
In this curriculum, children gain a sense of protection for their community as they get involved with projects such as recycling, water
conservation, tree planting, and creating gardens to ‘green’ their immediate neighborhood.
Teams of children investigate questions such as:
How do plants and trees grow in your neighborhood?
What animals can we discover?
What are the many habitats all around you?
This curriculum shows how ecosystems are tied together, even on your street.