How Low Can You Go? Challenge REGISTRATION
This initiative will challenge you to find innovative ways to reduce energy consumption at your campus. We are partnering with the professional sports teams, singled out by the National Resource Defense Council as a shining example of responsible energy consumption to encourage schools to participate and rise to the challenge of reducing their environmental impact.

The initiative will raise environmental awareness of the effects on the environment of CO2 emissions as well as educate the facilities to potential financial savings through responsible energy consumption. Curtailing wasteful spending on unnecessary energy consumption has the added benefit of allowing schools to allocate those saved dollars to under-funded programs. Reduce the energy usage (percentage decrease) at your school when compared to your school usage from the same period in 2017/2018.

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REGISTER BELOW and start encouraging your school to TURN IT OFF and GO LOW!
Email *
Sign up my school for the November-February HOW LOW CAN YOU GO Challenge! *
School Name:
Category *
County/District *
Contact for Challenge Lead at School *
Phone number for contact
please include a 10 digit phone number without - (eg 9545551234)
E-mail address for confirmation and communication *
Please include your accurate/complete email address for automatic confirmation.
Do you have a school "green" team? *
An environmental club, eco-heroes, …. that will support your participation in this challenge.
Approximately how many "green" team members do you have?
Estimate members from all levels: faculty, administration, facilities, students, volunteers ...
How will you encourage your school to "go low"? *
Share a brief description of your action plan.
Approximate number of STUDENTS impacted by your participation: *
Approximate number of FACULTY and STAFF impacted by your participation *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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