GPB Education is pleased to announce the launch of Let's Go Enviro, a digital video series that teaches environmental science through phenomena, project-based learning, and Georgia’s diverse ecosystems.

The video library consists of six units. Units 1-5 include videos that invite students to become environmental stewards in their own communities, while Unit 6 introduces students to a wide range of careers in the industry. All videos are aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence for high school environmental science and are captioned in English and Spanish. Additionally, each unit includes teacher and student support materials and resources, like engaging activities and vocabulary lists, that can be used in the classroom. 

Let's Go Enviro is hosted by Raiany Silva and Cecil Washington Jr., who travel throughout the state of Georgia to explore environmental science concepts and phenomena. They visit places like the Georgia Sea Turtle Center in Jekyll Island; The Ray, a sustainable highway in LaGrange; The Atlanta BeltLine, a multi-use trail in the state's largest city; and so many others! Raiany and Cecil meet with environmental science professionals to break down important concepts and show the "real world" side of what students are learning in their environmental science classes. 

"Let's Go Enviro is engaging, fun, and insightful," says Laura Evans, Director of Education at Georgia Public Broadcasting. "It shows students how environmental science phenomena is all around them and how they can take an active role in protecting Earth's most valuable resources."

Let's Go Enviro joins Physics in Motion and Chemistry Matters in GPB Education's collection of comprehensive high school science video series. It is available on and PBS LearningMedia

Let's Go Enviro was made possible through a generous grant from the R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation. Georgia Public Broadcasting utilized teacher consultants, industry experts, and the Georgia Department of Education's science division in the development of this series. Learn more about Let's Go Enviro at