Reflections and thoughts on the future, as Greenrock President Judith Landsberg steps down

Dr Judith LandsbergAfter nearly 5 years on the Greenrock Management Committee, half of those as President, the time has come to step down. I am excited by the opportunity to return home to Australia, to take my children to get to know their cousins, and to spend time with my parents, but it is certainly with mixed emotions that I leave Bermuda and the Greenrock Management Committee.

We talk about leaving a better planet for our kids, what about leaving better kids for our planet?

Greenrock represents Bermuda as a member of the international Eco-School accrediting body, the Foundation for Environmental Education. After a thorough application process, FEE has welcomed Bermuda to the table and is eager to see our students' participation.

electric carWe're always thrilled to receive good news from fellow Greenrockers. Here's a recent letter from Bermudian vet Angela Maureen Ware-Cieters, a.k.a. Dr. Ware.

Greenrocksays 5Dec2013At this time of year, most people’s thoughts turn to presents, food and family. At Greenrock our thoughts turn to community today, tomorrow and 50 years from now. Here is our Christmas wish list for a happy future (go ahead and sing it!)

Greenrock Press Release, 15 Nov 2013

Eco-Schools is the largest sustainable schools programme in the world and is operated by the United Nations approved Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). FEE has one member organisation per country running Eco-Schools on the national level. We're proud to announce that FEE recently appointed Greenrock as their associate member for Bermuda.

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