Learn about the concept of a circular economy, its inception, application, and future. Reflect on the need for a circular economy, the problem of waste in the world and the flaws of the current linear economic model.
Take students through an inquiry process to discover how transportation is a significant factor in helping people in cities decide where they will live.
Inspire students to reduce waste by applying a remake, reuse and recycle model in creating an entirely new product from recycled materials.
Learners will use GreenLearning’s Spark Inquiry Model to discover and explore the importance of the maple syrup industry, and the impacts of climate change on this vital industry.
Science fairs are a great way to showcase learners’ learning and knowledge in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). At best, a science fair helps to develop skills such as critical thinking and collaboration, communication and competition as well as building confidence. It also opens the door to great career opportunities. Whether hosting a science fair at your school or participating in one, this guide full of resources will help you!
Learn about plastics, their history and application in our daily life. Conduct research to understand the life cycle of plastics and share findings with your class.
Learn about the different kinds of plastics found in our economy. Learners will learn how to distinguish what kind of plastic they are dealing with by looking at the labels on plastic products.
Discover various physical and chemical properties of common household plastics through an at-home or in-class experiment.
Explore the sources of plastic waste in the environment and learn about the countries and industries that produce the highest amount of mismanaged plastic waste ending in the environment.