“Planet Earth” at your door steps…
Toronto – The Great Waters Challenge, an online Canada-wide game to engage youth and schools in water celebrations, is officially re-launching. The Challenge offers a way to inspire youth to uncover water stories in their community, which showcases how Canada’s identity is tied directly to our great waters. From traditional Indigenous knowledge to scientific discoveries, youth…
August 30, 2016 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB). New this fall on NFB.ca: more than 60 new films can be viewed free of charge as of now, including several recent documentaries that have won awards in Canada and abroad, by renowned filmmakers such as Alanis Obomsawin, Paul Cowan, William D. MacGillivray and Justin Simms.
Celebrate National Tree Day by helping to plant 500 new trees and shrubs in a community park! Enjoy live music, nature activities, and a free BBQ lunch for planters (while supplies last).
Learn how to properly dispose of household waste – whether in green carts, garbage bins or recycled.
This course takes you through the implementation process of permaculture techniques.
Join P3 Permaculture in Frelighsburg, QC for a full-time, two-week Permaculture Design Certification.
Obtain your internationally recognized permaculture certificate, this spring the PDC is conveniently offered on weekends in Montréal.
TREC Education, a registered charity, is looking for volunteers for its 9th annual Kids World of Energy Festival from May 4 – 7, 2016 at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto.
If you like making videos and you want to be part of making our world a healthier place, the EduTOX Video Challenge may just be for you.
Conservation leaders from the IUCN, Y2Y and other groups make the case for improving World Heritage sites.
The new web platform assesses the health of half of Canada’s watersheds, and aims to cover all of them by 2017.
We’re just beginning to realize the full potential of using technology to connect curiosity and concern for the planet with meaningful scientific pursuits.
Compared to more conventional homes in the marketplace, the Endeavour Centre’s greenest home is a true winner.
A challenge for humans in our attempts to manage ecosystems is that we’re often dealing with beings much longer lived than ourselves.
Learning how to create more efficient breeding strategies could ensure more durable trees for reforestation projects.
Though they are only the length of a grain of rice, mountain pine beetles have made a devastating impact on our nation’s forests.
Shared by The Natural Step Canada. (Guelph, Ontario) – The 2014 IMPACT! conference took place in Guelph, Ontario from May 23-26 and brought together 175 student sustainability leaders from across Canada. Youth worked alongside leading sustainability experts to deepen their understanding of sustainability challenges and network with like-minded individuals. The Natural Step Canada is a proud…