Dream In Green, Inc.
Rating: 4.8 stars 5 5 reviews
3000 Biscayne Boulevard Suite 211 Miami FL 33137 USA
Dream in Green is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and implement programs that promote energy conservation and efficiency, environmental sustainability, and the use of renewable energy. We share the conviction that global warming is a reality that presents our society with both an unprecedented challenge and opportunity.
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Dream in green implemented the green schools challenge and the water/energy learning and behavior programs which actively engaged 13,911 students in green teams, 1,281 school teachers and administration staff and 43 facility staff members. 115 schools participated in dream in green's programs and 83 teachers were trained at its professional development training workshop in september 2014.
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6 people found this review helpful
Dream in Greens provides my school with the resources needed to educate our students, staff members and community about current environmental issues that are affecting the world. The resources have helped the school raise awareness to environmental problems. Because of Dream in Green in 2008 our enrolled in the Green Schools Challenge and established The BTE Green Team made up of students and staff members that educate our community by providing them with information on events and activities at the schools and in the community that promote green living.
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Thanks to the resources provided by Dream in Green, last school year our school saved over $8,000 in electricity and we reduced our carbon footprint by 23%.
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This organization would be even more helpful if it created informational videos and material in Sapnish so that we can better serve our community which is primarily hispanic.
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