• Ask a Scientist: Hurricanes and Climate Change

    Does this year’s devastating hurricane season make you wonder what is behind all these powerful storms? At Dream in Green, we believe in the power of science and education. In our new ‘Ask a Scientist’ series, we sat down with atmospheric scientist at University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Dr. Amy Clement, […]

  • Power Up with Florida Sunshine and Save Money!

    Florida is ranked 3rd in the country for rooftop solar potential, but all the way down at 12th for cumulative solar capacity installed. In Unincorporated Miami-Dade County, where over 1.3 million people reside, only 122 residential permits were issued for solar installations since 2014. We can debate the reasons for lack of solar in the […]

  • Dream in Green Welcomes New Executive Director

    Dream in Green’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Lauren Ordway has been selected as the new Executive Director for the organization, effective July 24th, 2017. “After serving the South Florida community for over a decade, Dream in Green was looking for a leader who could bring transformational potential to the organization,” said co-founder Nick Gunia. “We know that […]

  • Bridging Challenges of Telling Sea Rise Stories

    U.S. journalists continue to struggle to tell stories of rising seas, leaving the public and policymakers either in the dark about environmental change or uninformed about the challenges and potential solutions. While local newspapers, for instance, have increased their coverage – according to a 2016 report from George Mason University on media coverage of sea […]

  • 75 Awards Presented at the 11th Annual Dream in Green Awards Ceremony

    Miami, FL – On Friday, June 2nd, DIG celebrated its 11th annual Dream in Green Awards Ceremony with over 120 guests in attendance. It was an opportunity to come together and celebrate the achievements of students, teachers, parents, administrators, facilities staff and our collective progress in achieving a healthier and more environmentally sustainable community. Coral […]

  • Watt are you doing about air pollution?

    When you turn on that light in your bedroom the last thing on your mind is where that power came from. You never envision enormous power plants continuously burning fossil fuels or natural gas emitting pollutant gases into the atmosphere, into the air you breathe. The fact that energy production and use is the biggest […]

  • Dream in Green Receives Best of Green Schools Ambassador Award

    Miami, Florida—March 30, 2017— Dream in Green received the Best of Green Schools Ambassador award from the Center for Green Schools at the U.S Green Building Council (USGBC), in collaboration with the Green Schools National Network (GSNN). The award honorees were announced at the Green Schools Conference and Expo which took place in Atlanta, Georgia last week. Ambassador award: Recognizing individuals who have […]


    Miami, February 17, 2017 –Due to South Florida’s vulnerability to a changing climate, Dream in Green’s commitment to responding to local environmental issues and empowering people to take action is more relevant than ever. With this in mind, Dream in Green (DIG) created its first annual Eco-Hub Competition to help schools reduce their carbon footprint […]

  • Dream in Green is ready to hold its first annual Eco-Hub Competition

    Dream in Green (DIG) is holding its first annual “Eco-Hub” competition whereby three $5,000 grants for elementary, middle and high schools are at stake. The submissions are in, a panel of judges has been formed and six finalists have been chosen: Aventura City of Excellence School Tropical Elementary Caribbean K-8 Center Miami Sunset Senior High […]

  • Seeking New Program Partners for Dream in Green Academy Expansion

    Dream in Green (DIG) launched The Dream in Green Academy ® (The Academy) during the 2015-2016 academic year due to concerns about overwhelming teachers with too many independent programs. The Academy provides a platform that promotes collaboration between community organizations for the introduction of environmental education programming at K-12 schools. The concept of The Academy […]

  • Dream in Green Teachers Win 2016 Spirit of Service-Learning Award

    Four Green Schools Challenge and WE-LAB  teacher champions won the 2016 Spirit of Service-Learning Award. They were honored on October 22nd at the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens by the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of South Florida, the Miami-Dade County Teacher of the Year Coalition, and the Armando Alejandre Jr. Memorial Foundation for integrating service into their curriculum to improve learning, […]