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Let There Be ... Stuff? 
GreenFaith and The Story of Stuff Project Release Teen Curriculum

Register Now - Free Copies for First 1,000 Houses of Worship

GreenFaith and The Story of Stuff Project have teamed up to create, Let There Be ... Stuff?, a six-session curriculum for teenagers that explores the relationship between their consumption, their faith, and the health of the planet.  GreenFaith and The Story of Stuff Project are offering free copies of the curriculum - a $35 value - to the first 1,000 houses of worship that register.  Versions are available for Jewish and Christian teenagers. 

To register to receive your free copy, click here now.

The curriculum is based on The Story of Stuff, a 20-minute web film that takes viewers on a provocative and eye-opening tour of the environmental and human costs of US consumer culture - tracking where our stuff comes from and where it goes when we throw it away.  Over 10 million people worldwide have viewed the film, making it one of the most widely viewed environmental-themed short films ever.  In May 2009, the film was featured on the front page of the New York Times, which called it a “sleeper hit in classrooms across the country.”  Read the article or watch The Story of Stuff.

Let There Be ... Stuff? is designed for confirmation classes, bar and bat mitzvah classes, and ongoing youth group and teen programs at churches and synagogues.  The six sessions are each designed to last an hour, with extensive resources and guidance for adult leaders.

To register for your free copy of Let There Be ... Stuff?, click here.

If you’d like to make a contribution to support GreenFaith’s work, click here to make a secure online donation.

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