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Below are some performers who are available for school assembly or classroom presentations focusing on environmental education. Contact performers directly for information on scheduling and booking fees (if any).

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Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) leaving NYCWasteLess
middle schools and high schools
Free 45-60 minute multi-media animation accompanied by a live presenter explains the science and long term effects of climate change in a fast-paced, engaging show that encourages personal responsibility through establishing student action teams.

Compost Heroes leaving NYCWasteLess
kindergarten through 6th grade
Public readings of Reba Linker's book, the Compost Heroes. This book is a modern day fable about animals in the forest that join forces to rescue food scraps by turning them into compost.

The Grand Falloons leaving NYCWasteLess
kindergarten through 6th grade
Twenty-year veterans of the Big Apple Circus use magic, juggling, vaudeville, and song to delight and engage students in the K-6 Earth Science Curriculum Standards, teaching about recycling, waste reduction, and litter. Book directlyleaving NYCWasteLess  

Mr. Eco-Swag
5th grade through high school
Presice Mr. Eco-Swag visits schools in NYC to promote school recycling and environmental appreciation with a "Cool Factor", engaging urban middle and high school students with rap, dance, and activism. See videos and contact info at The Green Campaign. leaving NYCWasteLess

Wildlife Theater leaving NYCWasteLess
Pre-K through 5th Grade, classrooms or auditorium
The Central Park Zoo leaving 

NYCWasteLess offers fee-based programs teaching environmental awareness by exploring and understanding wildlife; all enhance science curricula and meet National and State Science Standards. Also see the Bronx Zoo's Distance Learning leaving NYCWasteLess and offerings in other boroughs from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Education Divisionleaving NYCWasteLess 

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