A primary goal of the Center for Climate Protection’s high school outreach program, called Eco2School, is encouraging students to drive less.

But they’ve found some fun ways to make their serious point.

Amy Jolly watches the blender as an willing student pedals to process his smoothie during the lunch break on the Analy High School quad Tuesday.

Focusing outreach toward high school students is a high-impact approach says Paola Alvarado,  program coordinator for the Center for Climate Protection’s Eco2School Challenge Program, because of the demographic middle ground they represent.


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