Scarsdale High School
Scarsdale, New York, United States
Scarsdale High School Students
All companies large and small can be more “green” in their practices. So, these students share their research on local businesses and offer their thoughts on how they could become more green.
Project Team: Niklas Lang, Nicky Crandall, Tom Camaj, Jason Messinger,
A local Shell station presents a conflicting dilemma for these students: Even as they appreciate the services they offer, not to mention the lower gas price that results from the competition it gives to the Gulf gas station next door, they understand the cost of their reliance on the Shell station’s services.
Cooked & Co. provides quick, healthy, and filling meals as well as job opportunities. It also produces significant amounts of food waste and trash, including plastic take-out containers, and relies on food products imported from other countries. Scarsdale students offer their ideas for how this company could become more green.
Project Team: Morgan Titone, Signe Forsingdal, Arushi Sahay, and Emily Natbony
Go Greenly is a locally branded frozen yogurt that is popular with students at Scarsdale. Students share the interviews they conducting with the company and suggest how Go Greenly could go greener.
Project Team: Nick Visnius, Geffen Segall, Justin Barlow, and Kara Elcik
Students at Scarsdale and nearby high schools frequent the local deli Giannonis. Their consider the deli’s large volume of business, its impact on the environment, and suggest ways they could be more green through the use of locally sourced products and ways to conserve energy and water use.
Project Team: Elizabeth, Gabe, Donte and John
All companies large and small can be more “green” in their practices. For these financial aid and account firms, they have been taking small steps to make their firm more environmentally friendly, but they are committed to making additional efforts to make their location even more green by the spring of 2018.