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.
Meet our new Executive Director and learn about the season of change that is happening here at GreenLearning. We would like to thank Mary McGrath for her leadership and service over the past six years. Please join us in welcoming Kathy Worobec to the organization as the new Executive Director.
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.
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.