When incorporating the concept of a circular economy to every-day plastics, the goal is to reduce plastic waste by repurposing it to create something useful. Giving single-use plastics a second life at home or in the classroom is simpler than you might think.
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.
Educators want to save time, cover the curriculum and engage learners in new ways. Here’s how registering to participate in GreenLearning's challenges will help you achieve all of this and much more!
Ever wondered how our six challenges are linked to potential careers for learners? Discover how each challenge gives learners an opportunity to experience a real-world career while trying to solve various environmental challenges.
In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, GreenLearning is committed to amplifying the voices of Indigenous professionals and communities across Canada when addressing climate change, transitioning to a green economy and conserving the environment.
This year, we hosted a series of six challenges, each one focused on a different environmental topic. Here are the challenge winners along with brief descriptions of their projects.
Walking to school isn’t always easy or viable, so we've created a guide on sustainable transportation so that everyone can make the most of International Walk to School Month!
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.