Our Partners

Learning Lab Partners are the leaders, trusted voices and reputable providers of K12 sustainability education.
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Austin, Texas

EcoRise Youth Innovations inspires a new generation of leaders to design a sustainable future for all. Our school based program empowers youth to tackle real-world challenges in their schools and communities by teaching eco-literacy, design and social innovation.

EcoRise enlivens classrooms with standards-aligned K-12 curriculum that challenges students to solve real-world sustainability issues impacting energy, water, waste, transportation, air quality, food, and public spaces.

Tlanepantla, Estado de México

Representaciones e Inteligencia Sustentable is an organization that promotes innovation in education through the research and development of educational programs and digital resources. It is supported by a group of affiliates that aid in the evolution of the Sustainable Intelligence curriculum, such as the research division of Instituto Thomas Jefferson.

Arlington, Virginia

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The Conservancy’s environmental education initiative, Nature Works Everywhere, connects teachers and students around the globe to lessons, videos, virtual field trips and high-quality educational materials to teach the science behind how nature works to provide our clean air, water, energy and food. To learn more, visit

Inverness, California

Founded in 2006, the Global Oneness Project offers free multicultural stories with accompanying curricula content for high school and college classrooms.

New York, New York

"Inspiring young people to think about the world, their relationship to it, and their ability to influence it in an entirely new way."

The mission of the The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education is to ensure the viability of sustainable communities by leveraging changes in K-12 school systems to prepare young people for the shift toward a sustainable future.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

STEMhero is a website and curriculum that empowers students to collect and analyze their electricity, natural gas, and water consumption. Through the program, students create a baseline of their home and/or school's consumption; then, they decide on and measure the impact of efficiency behaviors and technologies. The students' findings of which efficiency practices worked best are shared with family and the community.

Washington, District of Columbia

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a Washington, DC-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to a prosperous and sustainable future for our nation through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings.

Atlanta, Georgia

For the last 25 years, the Captain Planet Foundation has provided project-based environmental learning strategies that bring education to life. Our comprehensive programming supports educators who are looking to: 1) Take learning outside; 2) Connect youth to their local environment; and 3) Empower students to become active agents of change.

Chicago, Illinois

Beyond Green Sustainable Food Partners is a consulting and foodservice company that promotes scratch-cooked foods, local sourcing, and zero-waste.

Alexandria, Virginia

Through classroom materials focused on backyard science and STEM (science, technology, education and math) principles, TurfMutt teaches students in grades K-5 how to "save the planet, one yard at a time."

Bellingham, Washington

Facing the Future curriculum helps young people see themselves as part of a larger, interconnected community of life, able to bring about the kind of future they want. Issues like climate change are driving the need for new ways of thinking and living. We are helping young people build a bridge to that future.

Berkeley, California

Roots of Success is an empowering environmental literacy and job readiness curriculum that prepares youth and adults from underserved communities for opportunities in the green economy, and to improve conditions in their communities.

Berkeley, California

Earth Island is non-profit environmental and social justice group that provides comprehensive fiscal sponsorship and project support to a vibrant network of more than 75 activist projects in the US and around the world. We recognize and support the next generation of young leaders, and inspire people to get involved and take action.

Washington, District of Columbia

Wild Classroom is World Wildlife Fund’s growing library of learning tools for educators to help foster children’s curiosity in the world around them. Packed with curriculum, hands-on activities, apps, games, and quizzes, Wild Classroom has everything necessary to nurture the next generation of conservationists.