EcoRise offers academically aligned sustainability and design innovation curricula for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. We are particularly well-suited to strengthen and compliment STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) and CTE (Career and Technical Education) courses, by offering interactive opportunities to apply knowledge and skills to relevant, real-world problems. Because our curricular materials are customizable to fit within—and enhance—existing scope and sequences, teachers are able to easily integrate EcoRise lessons without sacrificing important material assessed on standardized tests.


Sustainable Intelligence is an engaging, ready-to-use K-12 curriculum that builds a foundation of environmental literacy and sustainability knowledge across seven eco-themes: water, waste, food, energy, transportation, air, and public spaces.


LEED Prep introduces students to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system, provides hands-on learning experiences to enhance classroom instruction, and prepares students for the LEED-GA certification exam.



This course introduces students to biomimicry via numerous striking examples, with connections to core content in chemistry, physics, and biology.


Design Studio guides students through a creative problem-solving process as they invent innovative solutions to a specific sustainability challenge.



EcoPreneurship Toolkit introduces students to social entrepreneurship and design innovation that challenges students to develop and pitch their own green business ideas.