Today one of our special board members received recognition for all of her hard work and volunteer hours within her community so we wanted to take a minute to share this great moment with you and to tell her that we too are extremely proud of all her work, and for her commitment to everything she does for us here at OMG.
Lighting technology is currently in the midst of revolutionary change. The incandescent light bulbs that were the standard for a century are being phased out in favor of more cost-effective and eco-friendly versions.
OMG cordially invites you to join us for a screening of the award winning documentary, Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Check out this great interview Olivia and Carter did for the News Watch blog on the National Geographic website.
The Fulton Education Foundation recently announced that One More Generation was chosen as the 2013 Prestigious Partner of the Year Award.
We were very excited last month when the over 700 students at Northwood Elementary school in Roswell GA participated in our week-long Plastic and Recycling Awareness Curriculum!
Olivia and Carter will be visiting South Africa from Oct 25, 2013 and will be partnering with the Green Wall of Africa and RHINO SA. A film crew will document their journey.
Plastic Pollution is considered one of the largest environmental threats to communities and animals around the world. Please help us in raising awareness of this problem as we launch our fundraising campaign to bring our week-long curriculum into additional public schools—teaching the next generation of leaders how we can each do our part to help [...]
Did you know, in the US, we throw away over 500 million plastic straws every day? Learn how the OMG kids are helping to reduce plastic waste by working with corporations such as Chick-fil-A.
As a monopoly, Georgia Power is regulated by the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC)- made up of five elected officials. Every three years, Georgia Power is required to file an ‘Integrated Resource Plan’ (IRP) for approval by the PSC.
The students from Kelly Mill Elementary School have worked very hard over the past few weeks creating one of the worlds largest paper mache rhinos. They named him Elvis and he is now ready to begin his journey around the world.
Recently Olivia and Carter were invited to WABE/90.1 FM where they were interviewed by their Morning Host Steve Goss.
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Meet two extraordinary kids who are making a difference in the lives of endangered animals around the world – they’re Steve’s latest “Harvey’s Heroes”!
The students at Northwood Elementary will be attempting to break the current world record by creating the worlds largets human animal sculpture.
Olivia and Carter were recently invited to come and present to the students at Northwood Elementary School. School Principal Dr. Ritu Ahuja, and Asst. Principal Ms. Nikol Boyd, invited the kids to come and share their story about how they started OMG and about their latest initiative the Rhino Letter Writing Campaign.
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