Greening Early Childhood Centers: A Guide

Greening Early Childhood Centers is the latest in a series of educational resource guides developed by LISC’s Community Investment Collaborative for Kids (CICK), detailing environmentally-sound building design and facility management practices tailored specifically to the needs of this sector.

Created in collaboration with LISC’s Green Development Center, this guide focuses on high-impact green design and capital investment strategies that can be implemented over the long term, as well as low-cost/no-cost ideas for physical improvements, environmental education and facilities operations that early childhood centers can undertake right away.

Click here for the full guide.

Published by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Written by Mike Lindstrom and Amy Gillman, with contributions from Andrea Underwood, Christine Devine and Carl Sussman and originally published October 2010. Updated by the LISC National and Local Rhode Island Child Care Teams 2020

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