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How are your schools dealing with the challenge of global warming?

Original post made by Richard Hine, editor of The Almanac, on Nov 13, 2007

Almanac staff writer David Boyce has written a cover story this week on how local schools are taking initiatives to teach and practice measures dealing with the problem of global warming, despite their exemption from new state mandates.
See "Leading by example?": Web Link
And a related story, "School communities take up climate change on their own": Web Link
In what other ways are your schools -- public and private -- dealing with the challenge of global warming? Please post your examples below.

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