The Climate Action 150 Project is now five years in the rear-view mirror. Since then, we have used key learnings from the project to improve our climate education programs and equip educators in their teaching practice. Learn more about the takeaways from this innovative project that engaged young people in building a low-carbon and prosperous Canada.
COP summits require Parties to submit their updated plans to meet the Paris Agreement, and provide an opportunity for ongoing climate negotiations to be completed. COP27 is a fantastic time to bring climate education into your classroom. It’s a great opportunity to talk about everything from science to social studies in the context of climate change.
Discover how over 500 students from across Canada dialogued with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and presented their Calls for Action as part of the Climate Action 150 project - a national youth dialogue on climate change.
At a time when climate change is the largest threat to ocean health, we have a particular responsibility to learn and act on behalf of our oceans. Ocean education is now more important than ever. This is where Waves of Change comes in.
Started in 2003, Meatless Monday has been helping people eat less meat and reduce their impact on the environment- one Monday at a time!
As more schools encourage litterless or boomerang lunches, here are ways you can pack an eco-friendly lunch for your child or yourself with these easy tips.
Halloween isn’t particularly known for being a sustainable holiday, but we want to change that. Here are six ways to keep things both spooky and sustainable.