Organizations

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Jun 01, 2011
Healthy Schools Campaign

http://www.healthyschoolscampaign.org/

Healthy Schools Campaign advocates for policies and practices that allow all students, teachers and staff to learn and work in a healthy school environment.

Source: Healthy Schools Campaign

Nov 01, 2007
Center for Green Schools

http://www.centerforgreenschools.org/home.aspx

Green schools are healthy for students, teachers and the environment. Built right, green schools are productive learning environments with ample natural light, high-quality acoustics and air that is safe to breathe. Site includes FAQs and Resources.

Source: Green Building Council

Apr 01, 2005
Green Schools Initiative

http://www.greenschools.net/

The Green Schools Initiative was founded in 2004 by parent-environmentalists who were shocked by how un-environmental their kids’ schools were and mobilized to improve the environmental health and ecological sustainability of schools in the U.S.

Source: The Little Green Schoolhouse

Mar 01, 2005
Oregon Safe Schools and Community Coalition

https://www.oregonsafeschools.org/

Our work supports community efforts to reduce youth suicide and other risk behaviors in the often hidden and historically underserved gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth population.

Source: Oregon Safe Schools and Community Coalition

Mar 01, 2005
Voice Care Network

http://www.voicecare.org.uk/

Helping people to keep their voices healthy and communicate effectively

Source: Voice Care Network

Mar 01, 2005
Voice Care Network

http://www.voicecare.org.uk/

Helping people to keep their voices healthy and communicate effectively

Source: Voice Care Network

Nov 01, 2004
Oregon OSHA

http://www.orosha.org

We’re dedicated to improving workplace safety and health in Oregon and committed to working with labor, business, and other government agencies to achieve that goal.

Source: Oregon OSHA