The 10 Best Green Schools in America 2018

“The earth does not belong to us; we belong to the earth.”- Marlee Matlin, a renowned American Actress, Author, and Activist.

The sooner we understand this sentence quoted by this famous personality, the better it is for us. It seems that what was the “Wow”-factor yesterday is a matter of shame today. In the early days of the industrial revolution, seeing the smoky chimney of the country roads of Manchester City was something that people called “Development” then, but today, that same thing has turned out to be “What a polluting factor.”

Things change with time, situations change with duration and so must we. After all, as we all know, evolution and adaptation to change are the keys to survival. As time is passing by, things are changing and so are the definitions of various substances. We have already used up almost everything of earth that we could, and now it is time to give it back. Mother earth feeds us, but we must realize that if we do not take the stand now, our mother would not have anything to offer to our future generations. So, it is better late than never.

It is good that we have realized it now and decided to take the stand and fight for our mother earth before all its resources get drained up, and earth becomes a smoky-dingy place to die for. However, many of us do not know where to start and how to begin. Some wise and intellectual educators have already realized the importance of the environment and introduced numerous educational courses to create awareness among people from the young age and prepare them to help cure mother earth. Moreover, to bring forward such institutions which are educating pupils to be environmental leaders of tomorrow and help them protect the earth, we have come up with our special edition on “The 10 Best Green Schools in America 2018.”

Belmont University: Dedicated to Conservation and Preserving Creation for Generations to Come


To empower men and women of diverse backgrounds to engage and transform the world

The Outset, the Journey and the Road Ahead.

Sheer numbers don’t define one’s age; it is defined by one’s wisdom and intellectual standpoint. A few things throughout our society  become more valuable with age, including educational institutions. Deeply rooted in the soil with its prestigious educational curriculum and inspirational heritage is Belmont University, located in Nashville, Tennessee. It was founded in 1890 by Susan L. Heron and Ida B. Hood as Belmont College for Young Women and years later, it transformed into a full-fledged university.

Having seen multiple generations of young minds nurtured in its own backyard,  Belmont is now ranked No.5 in the Regional Universities South

Activist’s Journal

Educator’s Viewpoint

Awareness Talk

Editor’s Choice

Interview With The Knowledge Review