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Application Period for Nature Works Everywhere Garden Grants Opens Today! The Nature Conservancy wants to help build, amend or revitalize school gardens while promoting environmental education through the creation of […]


Co-hosts Turner Foundation & The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Invite you to An Exclusive Film Screening Featuring Director, Louis Psihoyos  September 15, 2015 5:30 pm Georgia Public Broadcasting 260 14th Street Northwest […]

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          U.S. Department of Education    Green Strides In the News Welcoming Baby Green Ribbon….Sustainably Over the past four years, I had the task of gradually breathing […]

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In September 2015, Captain Planet and the Planeteers, the animated environmental cartoon, will celebrate its 25th birthday. One year later, in December 2016, Captain Planet Foundation will celebrate its 25th Anniversary! Since […]

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The 5 Gyres 2015 Youth Summit brought together local Bahamian youth with ocean advocates from across the country. Join these young leaders in restoring thriving, plastic-free oceans. #SEAChange This beautiful […]

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Captain Planet Foundation is proud to support Mrs. Alison Dunford and we are excited to help enhance her outdoor classroom for all students at Timber Ridge Elementary School! Click here to […]


Posted: August 6 By     Chesnut Charter Elementary School in DeKalb County has recently been selected for a Captain Planet Foundation’s Project Learning Garden grant. Captain Planet Foundation […]

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Get to know one of our 2015 summer interns, Noah Erwin About Noah: I was born and raised in East Tennessee, about an hour south of Knoxville in a small […]


Great news! Delta Air Lines, long-time supporter of the Captain Planet Foundation, has issued a statement officially banning shipments of all lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies worldwide as freight. […]

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Jonathan Perry

About Jonathan: I was born and raised in Atlanta, and I attend North Carolina A&T State University as a second year, Mechanical Engineer. I was assigned to work for Captain Planet […]

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Back to School Means Back to the Garden Posted: July 28 By Kimberley Simms Sarah Smith Elementary  International Baccalaureate School in Buckhead and has many facets that categorize it as […]


Chesnut Charter Elementary Selected For Captain Planet Foundation Project Learning Garden Posted: July 28 By Dunwoody School Daze, also seen in Dunwoody, GA– July 28, 2015 – Chesnut Charter Elementary […]


  Congratulations Ginny Lyon on being named Cobb County Elementary Teacher of the Year! She is the Project Learning Garden coordinator at Chalker Elementary School and one of our SAGES […]