Our schools struggle when it comes to preparing students to tackle environmental challenges. Teachers tell us they want to provide more environmental and energy education but lack the time, confidence and resources.
As more and more students are finding a passion for sustainability, let’s take action together and move environmental education from the margins to the mainstream of education in Alberta.
“Schools should prepare us for the future, not the past,” said Quinn, a student in Edmonton.
Environmental Education Activities and Resources to Support Home-Based and Distance Learning
Parents, we want to support you as you adjust to the changes brought along by classes being cancelled and social distancing. Over the next few months, we will be populating this page with resources that may be of use to you as you help your kids learn from home.
Want to share your favourite resource with us? E-mail email@example.com to add your ideas to this list.
It's been an exciting year, and - thanks to you, our wonderful community colleagues, partners, and funders - we've been able to create some fabulous impacts in 2019! Our 2019 Impact Report covers some of this ground - and gives a sneak preview of 2020. Read more to see how you can help advance this work through Giving Tuesday.
Our Executive Director recently collaborated with two awesome board members to create this opinion editorial, published in the Edmonton Journal. We seem to have struck a chord - we've had SO MANY positive comments!
Energy expert David Dodge explains how Alberta schools are leading the way when it comes to energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Watch the information-packed video of David Dodge's presentation Green Energy Revolution. Teachers, below we've provided questions that you can use for discussion with your students.