(NAPSI)—In celebration of Earth Day this month, an online Environmental Survey can help families and classroom students score their environmental habits and get practical tips on how to conserve energy, save water, and reduce waste and pollution.
The free survey can be taken in just a few minutes on a computer, smartphone, or tablet. Based on their survey input, families and classes will receive personalized recommendations that can help them reduce their environmental footprint and, in some cases, even save money.
“Covering all types of household topics, the Environmental Survey is a fun and informative way for classrooms and families to understand how they impact the environment and to learn commonsense behaviors that help children and adults be more environmentally responsible,” says Joe Haworth from the Think Earth Environmental Education Foundation.
Home and school versions of the free survey with detailed results are available online at www.thinkearth.org/surveys.
Founded in 1988, Think Earth is a nonprofit organization that pioneered the development of classroom lesson plans promoting environmental awareness and behaviors. Think Earth lessons for K-5 elementary grades have reached more than 4 million students. Educators and parents can download the free materials at www.thinkearth.org.
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There are many ways to see if you’re “Earth-minded.” A fun one is by taking an online survey.
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