ECO BLOG & TIPS
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Helpful Tips from Queen Green & her Keepers!
It is Mother Nature's dream to be clean! Keep Queen Green happy by not littering.
Don't be like Careless Catherine...turn off the lights when you leave a room.
Turn off the water when you’re brushing your teeth so you're not like Wasteful Winnie!
Walk or ride your bike when going short distances like Turn-Around Tucker!
Plant trees in your community like Gary Gardner does!
Buy local and/or organic fruits and vegetables from people like Farmer Flores!
Eat less meat and lots of vegetables like Veggie Vickie!
Follow Responsible Regis and use reusable bags when shopping!
Save Queen Green by recycling paper, cans, glass & plastic!
Teach your friends these rhymes so they can help save Queen Green too!
Read Queen Green's Eco Blogs
I am thrilled to announce that I have been recognized by the North American Association of Environmental Education (NAAEE) and the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) as one of 2018’s “EE30Under30!” This is a program that recognizes people under 30 for work in environmental education. I am incredibly honored to join the ranks of amazing […]
Angela Vincent, recipient of North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE)’s “30 Under 30” and alumni of the Urban Sustainability Master of Arts program sat down with us to talk about her experiences as a student at Antioch University Los Angeles. My time at Antioch was expansive. I learned so much about the most troubling […]
Children’s Wonderland inspires youth, informs community at Vallejo Celebrates Youth event This article appeared in The Times Herald on August 25th, 2018 featuring Queen Green – Quote “We take some songs like ‘Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star’ and ‘Pat-a-Cake’ and we keep the same tune, but change the lyrics to represent the environment,” Angela Vincent said. “It […]
Queen Green and her latest project in Pomana Outside of my time singing and dancing to Queen Green’s eco-rhymes, I work for the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). I help lead youth and teacher engagement efforts to increase environmental literacy and achieve environmental justice. Check out my latest project in Pomona below! […]
Queen Green attended the 12th Annual National Clean Energy Summit Queen Green attended the 12th Annual National Clean Energy Summit (https://cleanenergysummit.org) in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday, October 13th. This event brought together leaders from all over the country and across the political spectrum who are championing clean and renewable energy. The Honorable Al Gore […]
When in doubt, throw it out? Or, when in doubt, recycle?
It’s difficult to set black-and-white rules on what is recyclable and what is not, because it all comes down to your specific waste hauler or trash company. What’s accepted for recycling in one community may not be in a neighboring area.
I did not grow up with environmental values. At best, I was unaware of the impacts of my actions on the environment and, at worst, I could be deemed a “litter bug.” It wasn’t until college that I became aware of climate change and how devastating our actions, as humans, have been to the planet—our Mother Earth. While studying abroad …