EYF 2015

Many thanks to all who made the 7th annual Environmental Youth Forum a great success!

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2015 ENVIRONMENTAL YOUTH FORUM STATS

3 DAYS
1526 STUDENTS
535 EAST BAY STUDENTS
25 SCHOOLS
28 DIFFERENT CLASSES

15 TOWNS

MILL VALLEY
EMERYVILLE
OAKLAND
BERKELEY
BOLINAS
SAN FRANCISCO
SAN ANSELMO
CORTE MADERA
SAN RAFAEL
SEBASTOPOL
LARKSPUR
RICHMOND
HAYWARD
SAUSALITO
FAIRFAX

GRADES 1-12

19 BUSES

25 SPEAKERS (7 FILMMAKERS OR SUBJECTS OF FILMS)

22 FILMS (9 UNDER 55 MINUTES)

13 NON-PROFIT/ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS EXHIBITING

10 VOLUNTEERS

3 STAFF

ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED

ECO-DESIGN COLLABORATIVE
WILDLIFE MEDIA
CENTER FOR ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS
THE URBAN FARMER STORE
DON EDWARDS SAN FRANCISCO BAY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
GLOBAL STUDENT EMBASSY
WILDCARE
THE BAY INSTITUTE
AQUARIUM OF THE BAY
THE GULF OF THE FARALLONES NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
THE MARINE WILDLIFE FOUNDATION
SF OCEAN EDGE
EARTHWORKS
ECOLOGICAL OPTIONS NETWORK
MARIN SANITARY SERVICE – RECYCLING AND RECOVERY
AMERICAN CETACEAN SOCIETY
NUCLEAR FREE CALIFORNIA NETWORK
MARIN CLEAN ENERGY
ALL ONE OCEAN
NORCAL BATS
ARBONNE COSMETICS
SIERRA CLUB INSTITUTE FOR POPULATION STUDIES
SUSTAINABLE SAN RAFAEL
350 MARIN

ISSUES REPRESENTED

URBANIZATION
NATURE DEFECIT DISORDER
AT RISK ADOLESCENTS INTERACTING WITH RAPTORS
CARING FOR OUR OCEANS
SHARKS
BEAR CONSERVATION
THE REAL COST OF MEAT
PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE
ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
NUCLEAR ENERGY
RIVER POLLUTION
TOXIC SUBSTANCES IN COSMETICS
IVORY POACHING
OTHER SHORTS
BONOBOS
WILDLIFE ACTIVISM
JR PARK RANGERS
SUSTAINABLE FARMING PRACTICES IN CENTRAL AMERICA
DAMS
MONKEY-WRENCH STYLE ECO ACTIVISM
THE GULF OF MEXICO BP SPILL
DISAPPEARING SAND ON WORLDWODE COASTS
GETTING TO ZERO WASTE IN SF
CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON RISING OCEANS
SAVING ELEPHANTS,RHINOS,BONOBOS,AND LIONS
MAKING SAN RAFAEL SUSTAINABLE
POPULATION STUDIES
LIGHT POLLUTION
USING TOXIC GROUND TIRES IN PLAYING FIELDS
BATS
KEEPING OCEANS POLLUTION AND PLASTIC FREE
CLEAN ENERGY IN MARIN
PROTECTING CETACEANS
RECYCLING IN MARIN