eCards is an environmental education and advocacy tool that aims to empower youth to act for the climate by learning about environmental issues, creating informed messages, and acting on them!
Explore a circular economy for plastics to address the current crisis of plastic pollution in the environment. Learners actively engage in creating a circular economy by exploring innovative solutions for reducing, reusing, and recycling plastic waste.
The Energy Revealed program explores ways to make energy visible in schools and in our homes. Energy Revealed is grounded in research, backed by science, and is data-driven. By making energy visible, it will turn youth into expert energy managers!
Decoding Carbon explores how policy is used to build a low-carbon future and empowers youth to become informed and active citizens in tackling climate change.
In this fun, engaging science program, students will learn how to build a wind turbine, solar oven, hydroelectric generator or biogas generator.
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.
The Ripple Effect Program brings youth together to take climate action for protecting oceans. Through this program, learners will understand the need for climate action for ocean protection, such as in coastal communities, through effective ocean policies and explore how a blue economy ensures sustainable development of ocean resources.
Learners explore various lessons about the importance of land and our responsibility in protecting it through Indigenous teachings. Sila and the Land brings the perspectives of Indigenous youth on climate change to learners across Canada by exploring how Indigenous Peoples connect to their land and the significant and unique challenges their communities face due to impacts of climate change.
Students learn about ecosystems, cycles of matter, and how to make changes to our ecological footprint.
Learners investigate how to deal with climate change in their own community.