School located at a solar power plant in Japan drinks green juice
What better way is there to teach the younger generation about the wonders of renewable energy than to hold classes at a solar power plant, right? The Facility for Ecology Education built in Japan thinks similarly and is educating the young at a massive power plant! The education center is made from a lighter timber material which aides in creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
With three buildings connected to each other with different courtyard sections, the folks running this school hope to create a sense of eco-consciousness in the minds of the young from an early age. The school has an extremely light carbon footprint, given the fact that it’s powered by renewable energy sources.
[Via – Trendhunter]