Posts Tagged with "Rainforest in the Classroom"

VOTE on RAN’s Earth Day Poster Contest Finalists

Friday, April 22, 2011

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VOTE on RAN’s Earth Day Poster Contest Finalists

RAN’s annual kids’ Earth Day Poster Contest finalists have been determined, and we need your votes to help pick our winner! We received so many amazing entries, ranging from precious to profound, but we had to narrow it down to 15 finalists. You can view and vote on your favorite poster right now at ran.org/posters. Students [...]

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Top 10 Ways To Celebrate World Rainforest Week

Monday, October 18, 2010

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Happy World Rainforest Week! How will YOU celebrate rainforests from October 17-24? Please add your ideas, activities, and commitments as a comment to this blog to keep our thoughts and actions fresh with new ways to think global and act local. Here are some ideas from our staff, friends, and activist like YOU about how [...]

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General Mills Under National Fire: New York to Minnesota

Sunday, May 2, 2010

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Last week was a busy one for General Mills, finding themselves increasingly under public scrutiny.  Not only are hundreds of children across the country now pressuring the company to get the palm oil out of their Cheerios, but during the 2010 Edison Awards in New York while receiving a gold award for their “Gluten Free [...]

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RYSE up at your school to keep the planet cool

Thursday, September 6, 2007

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Brrrrrrrrrrringggg! Oh, the dreaded and loved sound of the school bell, reminding us of all the upcoming exams, homework, prep, grades… and taking action to stop climate change. But how you ask? Check out RYSEup.org to get the RYSE (RAN Youth Sustaining the Earth) toolkit, plus all kinds of new RAN global warming lesson plans [...]

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