Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE)
Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE) is a behavior change program developed by energy and environmental experts, environmental educators, and child and family behavior change researchers at Stanford University. The researchers partnered with the Girl Scouts of Northern California to develop and test the program. It is designed to reduce household energy use, both at home through the Home Energy Activity Guide and for food and transportation behaviors through the Food and Transportation Activity Guide. Although the GLEE program was originally developed for Girl Scouts, it could easily be adapted to other learning environments, both in school and afterschool programs. We are very excited to make this program widely available, so it can have an impact on improving our planet's future.
The curricula for both programs are being made available to you at no charge. We simply ask that you give us some information about yourself and allow us to contact you in the future to get feedback about using the curriculum.
For more information about the Activity Guides, contact Hilary Boudet.
After you enter your information below you will be able to download the GLEE curriculum PDFs at the bottom of this page.