Greenrock delivers the internationally recognized Eco-Schools Programme, which helps school communities become greener and more environmentally friendly. 
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Greenrock offers support and guidance to any organization interested in greening their workplace. We host the Green Building Forum and Green Workplace Awards.
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Bermuda can reduce our dependence on fossil fuel and our contribution to global warming. Greenrock advocates for this in a number of forums.
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Water ExplorerHSBC chose Greenrock as local delivery partner for their international Water Explorer programme; a fun way to engage and inform Bermuda’s 8-14 year-olds about fresh water conservation.
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Power for the People ...

ID-100187466Sorry about the terrible pun in the headline, but we do get charged up about this issue!

Once again we return to the topic of Electricity. This is because the way we generate, supply, and charge for electricity has a significant impact on Bermuda's 'triple bottom line' of Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability.

Earlier this year the Department of Energy published a new Electricity Policy (26 May 2015), and followed this by tabling a new Electricity Bill (17 July 2015) for Bermuda, which will be debated by the House in November.

Eco-Schools Awards Ceremony Recognizes 10 schools

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On June 17th students, teachers, and supporters of Environmental Education gathered in celebration at the BUEI as Greenrock hosted Bermuda's first Eco-Schools Award Ceremony. The event showcased the efforts of 10 participating schools: public and private, from preschool to college, all of which are working on clear goals towards sustainability.

Elliott Primary Blends Up Kale from the Courtyard

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Elliott Primary has partnered with Greenrock since 2009 and was part of our original Green School Pilot Project. They are now part of our Eco-Schools Programme and received a Green Seed Award in June for their Biodiversity pathway.

Prospect Primary Opens Carol Smith Reading Garden

Prospect Prospect Primary is participating in Greenrock's Eco-Schools programme, pursuing the Biodiversity Pathway. In mid-May Prospect Primary, after help from Deloitte's and the Department of Parks, officially opened their garden, in memory of a late staff member, Carol Smith. What was a neighbourhood dumping ground years ago has been transformed into a clean and colourful outdoor space for students to read, explore, and tend to the plants - of which almost 20 are edible.

Belco rate rise - we all need to be part of the conversation

BELCO demand curves 1Let's just start by acknowledging that we are all in this together: we use electricity where and when we want, Belco responds to our demand by investing in generators to supply the electricity that we want, and the Government decides how much we pay them for the convenience. The electricity system is a dance between all the participants – how and when we use electricity makes a very big difference to how Belco operates; how and for what they get paid makes a very big difference to what they care about.

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