sure we can works with students from kindergarten to graduate school to spread awareness of our mission of environmental stewardship and social inclusion

We work with local schools and after school programs to host tours about recycling and sustainability, coordinate volunteer days for students who would like a hands on experience, and are developing long term partnerships to facilitate composting and recycling in nearby schools.

Many college and graduate students have taken interest in Sure We Can and have focused their research on it. We’re so proud and impressed by the wonderful work we’ve seen from these students! You could learn a lot about sanitation, informal recycling systems and waste urban challenges in these links:

·      Visualizing Zero Waste by Bernardo Lourerio, Master of Science in Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons School of Design - Link to report

·      Reimagining Informality and Participation in New York City´s Waste System by Silvia Resende Xavier, Master of Science in Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons School of Design - Link to report

. Commingled Recycling Policies: Can the introduction of single stream recycling co-exist with the New York State bottle bill and the operation of New York City's redemption centers? by George Todorovic, Master of Science in Urban Planning at Columbia University. - Link to report

We’re always welcoming schools and students to partner with us! Email us at info@surewecan.org to schedule a visit.