The Foundation for Environmental Education's mission is to expand environmental and energy literacy through energy project and related public outreach activities. All of FEE’s include participation from environmental groups, businesses and industries, and government agencies. The foundation partners with investor owned electric utility companies such as as well as municipal power authorities to develop educational programs that describe the ways in which electricity is produced and how energy is used by local communities. The foundation’s current initiatives include the installation of photovoltaic power systems at schools in the United States and abroad, and the installation of solar water heating units on fire stations, YMCA’s, and public housing.
Climate Cycle, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was founded in 2008 out of a concern that today’s youth lacked the tools necessary to respond to global warming or benefit from the emerging green economy. Today, Climate Cycle leads the charge in catalyzing environmental education in the classroom and in our communities by developing young leaders in sustainability.