Environmental Education for Youth

Engage students in learning about environmental topics using our free programs, resources and challenges that are fun, hands-on and full of real world impact. Join our community of educators and start creating environmental solutions!

Truth and Reconciliation

We are committed to a systemic approach to Indigenous Reconciliation within our organization which will aim for transformational change in our own professional development, staffing, our content and writing of educational materials including engagement with educators. We see the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation as a special time to pause, reflect and further this journey. Explore resources with Indigenous perspectives for your classroom here.

Discover GreenLearning's Earth Month Game!

Explore the guided journey to climate action.

Ready? Set. Go! Take the virtual hike and explore different paths on a guided journey to climate action. In this game, every step you will take is a step in the right direction.


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Featured Resources of the Month

Social Studies • Grades 10 - 12

Climate Change Policy and Indigenous Relations

Learners will understand policy in the context of Indigenous relations and be able to think critically about engagement when designing policies. Learners will learn about Indigenous youth engagement and empowerment in shaping a low carbon future and the medicine wheel- a foundational framework used by many Indigenous nations to recognize balance, interconnectedness, and wholeness of well-being.

Social Studies • Grades 1 - 6

Let's Explore the Past

Learners get to explore local Indigenous history and are also given opportunities to inquire about and learn their own family histories.

Science • Grades 8 - 12

Climate Justice in the Canadian Arctic

Through guided conversations, learners will identify ways that climate change is affecting the livelihood of the Inuit in the Arctic. Through inquiry, learners will examine how climate change disproportionately affects Indigenous Peoples and identify ways of taking action to address how climate change disproportionately affects Indigenous Peoples.

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Take the Challenge and win prizes!

Our Challenges allow students to have an environmental impact that you can track and share! Ready-made collections of learning resources that apply to a range of grades and ages prepare youth for action.

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Green Economy • Grades 3 - 12

Eco 360: Transitioning to a Circular Economy

Explore a circular economy for plastics to address the current crisis of plastic pollution in the environment. By reimagining an economy free of plastic waste, explore innovative solutions for reducing, reusing, and recycling plastic waste.

Climate Change • Grades 3 - 12


Flooding is the most common natural disaster in Canada. Flood:ED helps students understand the impact of flooding and invites them to explore ways they can prepare against flooding at home and school.

Energy Education • Grades 3 - 12


In this fun, engaging science program, students will learn how to build a wind turbine, solar oven, hydroelectric generator or biogas generator.

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Rosalind Poon

Rosalind Poon

Teacher Consultant, Richmond School District, BC

I would highly recommend GreenLearning resources to any school district! They not only support the various curriculum areas (e.g. Language Arts, Social Studies, Science), but also can help districts establish networking groups around sustainability issues.

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