Investments from state and federal leaders provide vital funding to create healthy schools, futureproof against climate impacts

Published by The McMorrow Reports: America’s K-12 schools currently spend $12.5 billion per year on energy (PDF file). Meanwhile, students are demanding a more hopeful and sustainable future, starting with better learning environments than the many aging, unhealthy, and underfunded school buildings where they currently spend their time. Decarbonized schools, which provide healthy, energy efficient buildings with no on-site gas combustion, are an ever-important strategy in decreasing global carbon emissions, says  New Buildings Institute (NBI).

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