Greenest School on Earth

by wirya - 23rd Apr 2012 from featured Latest News videos

On April 20th, 2012, Green School, Bali was awarded the 2012 “Greenest School on Earth” award by Rachel Gutter from the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council.

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  1. Edigna Martic

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Yes, this school is so inspiring !!
    Greetings from Munich, Edigna

  2. Anna Florian

    My dear,
    I have just watched your webside about your green school , and my heart is beatting faster , beacouse I dream about this kind of school form my children. We leave close to forest with contact with nature, and in two years my older doughter will go to school, and I do not want her to go to this school in this system, it is terrible. They do not eaven let children take part of any relaxation, becouse they say it is not ok with their ‘religion’.
    I have many friends here in Poland who have children and who are sad inside that they have to put their chlidre to that school.
    One of my friend bought 30 hektars one day, and wanted to make a village and school there. this project is, but needs time and money to be done. now his doughter starts to go to normal school. and i know that it is hard for them , but we do not have much choice. But normal school kill the heart and mind of our children . what can we do?
    with love,
    Anna.

    • Chris Thompson

      Dear Anna,

      Thank you for your kind note and sharing your thoughts on the School. You touch on some very important points which are important to the community here. We hope to see you, your family and friends at our school sometime soon. And please continue to visit our site and add your comments.

      Thank you.

      Chris Thompson
      Managing Director / Facilitator

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  4. Inspiring video! We are hoping to have the Green School join our global network of ozone monitoring students at the Global Ozone Project.

anthony malkin