While a man sleeps, his feet grow to a gigantic size due to the large carbon footprint of his home. Fortunately, a visit by the Green Ninja ultimately reduces the size of the man's feet. Read more
For Goodness Rake
Larry learns a lesson on landscaping, when the Green Ninja intervenes and blows the whistle on leaf blowers. Read more
The Green Ninja enters into the battle of the burritos! Read more
Episode 1: The Beginning
Where did the Green Ninja come from and how was he chosen? Watch the trailer for our latest Green Ninja live action - the full feature is due out in late Fall. Read More
What's the Bag Deal?
Question: Paper or Plastic? See what the Green Ninja has to say. Read More
The Green Prix
The Green Ninja and the Carbon Ninja are in a car race, using cars that are fueled by different foods. Their aim is to reach the finish line in the shortest time with the lowest carbon footprint. Read More
Who is the Green Ninja?
Check out our new Green Ninja commercial! Read More
Hear the inside scoop on the new Green Ninja Show together with a surprise ending to a successful Kickstarer Campaign
Other GN videos made by students and friends. Read More
Autumn and ShampooPosted on:05 Apr 2013 Autumn here! This week I was introduced to the idea of all natural shampoo, which consisted of just baking soda and water. I was stoked on the idea for two reasons, it was cheap and good for the environment. But I was hesitant, because I love having scented shampoo. Unlike most people I know, I only […]
Small change, big differencePosted on:02 Apr 2013 Sometimes small changes make a big difference. Take 6 minutes and check out this great story about how one Tuscon resident figured out a simple way to use available rainwater to create a healthy, natural oasis in the desert. Do you think this could be done where you live?
Autumn’s Carbon FootprintPosted on:18 Mar 2013 Autumn here! This week I stumbled upon a link to a carbon footprint calculator. So, I decided I would calculate my carbon footprint. The calculator was divided into different components of lifestyle habits that contributed to CO2 emissions. Some examples of the CO2 emitting actions included flights, electricity, car travel, and eating habits. I thought it was interesting to see how all the […]
Autumn and ConferencesPosted on:12 Feb 2013 Autumn here! A few weeks ago I traveled to Austin, Texas for the 93rd Annual American Meteorological Society’s Conference. At this conference, meteorologists and climatologists gather together to discuss their work and future studies.This conference was a great opportunity for students like me to understand the industry more and talk with future employers and graduate […]
Autumn and The FluPosted on:27 Dec 2012 Autumn here! For the last week, I was sick with a cold. After a day with a constant runny nose, I wondered how many trees I had killed with as many tissues I used. I decided I needed to find some kind of alternative. I went to Target first, I found out that most tissue […]
Earthman RapPosted on:05 Dec 2012 Earthman Rap. As good today as it was in 2007. Thanks to Sarah Miller of grist.org for finding this gem! Teachers: check out the Earthman Project’s cool web site for some great resources to bring music, art, and the environment into you classroom.
A Kickstart for the New YearPosted on:07 Jan 2013 New Year, New Program! Happy New Year to all our Green Ninja fans! We had a fabulous year in 2012, with more than 500,000 views of Green Ninja educational films on our GreenNinjaTV YouTube channel. Now, we are super excited to announce plans for a brand-new set of programing. Coming in Spring 2013, production will begin on […]
California Science Teachers EventPosted on:08 Nov 2012 Two weeks ago the Green Ninja Project hosted an evening event for about 100 K12 teachers attending the 2012 California Science Teachers Conference in San Jose. In addition to yummy kettle corn and a surprise visit from the Green Ninja, teachers were treated to a great selection of inspiring short films that promote climate and […]
Scientific American blogs about the Green NinjaPosted on:11 Jul 2012 Wednesday, July 11, 2012 — The Green Ninja was featured in Scientific American’s “PsiVid: A Cross Section of Science on the Cyberscreen” blog today. The blog’s author, Joanne Manaster, teaches an online Master of Science Teaching program to certified teachers with the School of Integrative Biology at the University of Illinois and is helping to […]
How far can you go on one burrito?Posted on:12 Jun 2012 As Dr. Eugene Cordero took to the stage at the TEDxSanJoseCA conference last month, he showed a slide with a picture of his favorite tee-shirt and posed this question to the audience: How far do you think you could you go on the energy you get from eating one burrito? This drew an appreciative laugh […]
STEAM – Forging links between Science and the ArtsPosted on:17 Jan 2013 Blog post about the connection between science and the arts from Michael Parrish, Dean of Science at San Jose State University. http://blogs.sjsu.edu/cos/2013/01/12/steam-forging-links-between-science-and-the-arts/
International Recognition for the Green NinjaPosted on:25 Nov 2012 The Green Ninja wins an international film festival award and is highlighted during Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality. http://blogs.sjsu.edu/today/2012/cordero-green-ninja-receive-international-recognition/