GreenLearning and the Centre for Global Education’s #Decarbonize program collaborated to help youth take climate action. The youth leaders from around the world who attended COP28 in Dubai, UAE in December 2023 created eCards to share their transformational climate messages with decision makers.
We’ve all heard of people talking about misinformation and disinformation on the news—but what is the difference between the two? Does it matter? And how can we tell what’s true or not? It can be difficult, but spotting incorrect information and fake news is essential to teaching nowadays, especially when those facts are dressed up to look and sound legitimate.
GreenLearning's challenges equip educators and students with tools for environmental education. Read the project stories from school communities across Canada who have excelled in their resilience and determination to take climate action. Explore their individual and collective learning, impact and actions while celebrating climate action!
It’s been well-documented that Black authors are underrepresented and discriminated against in the publishing and environmental fields. Though GreenLearning doesn’t publish in the traditional sense of book publishing, we do provide free educational programming, challenges and resources. This year, we’ve put together a list of books that touch on the environment and are written by Black authors.
Discover the challenge winners and read about their environmental action projects! GreenLearning engaged with educators and learners from all provinces and territories in Canada with over 6,298 students registered for this year’s challenges.
After a successful workshop session with AYLEE, we sat down with Shauna Kelly, ACEE’s Youth Program Coordinator, to chat about the organization, her role, and what youth leaders are up to!
Language is how we connect and relate to the world around us! So, for the UN’s decade of action for Indigenous languages, GreenLearning is celebrating the languages that have made up the land we call Canada since time immemorial.
It’s Black History Month! These scientists, scholars and community activists have broadened our perspectives, and we’ve found their work to be incredibly valuable both in and out of the classroom. Their work inspires us to be better educators, and we hope they’ll inspire you to do the same.
Recent acceleration of the climate crisis has intensified the need for sustainability - using world resources within boundaries that allow current and future well-being. Find out why teaching and implementing sustainability in schools should be a top priority.