Climate Action Childhood Network Blog

This international project includes seven case study research sites, or collaboratories, in Canada, England, Australia, and the United States. The purpose of this project is to advance our understanding of children’s relations with their environment in order to synthesize knowledge at local, national, and global levels regarding children’s creative responses to the impacts of climate […]

New Brunswick habitats colouring & activity pages

A series of colouring & activity pages created by the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s Learning Outside project and Marine Program. Each page features a NB habitat with key species named. They are available in English & French or are bi-lingual (English, French).

Climate Change Survey Results

LSF’s newest climate change survey aims to assess Canadians’ knowledge, understanding, and perceptions of climate change and its risks, and to explore views on climate change education in Canada. This survey compares current results to our 2019 benchmark survey and provides recommendations to all sectors to support climate learning.  These results illustrate how the general […]

Trees of Canada: Database

Trees of Canada: This resource allows you to explore the native and introduced trees that grow in Canada.

50+ Articles on Climate Change

Click to download this document including over 50 journal and news articles compiled by Dr. Louise Comeau to use as classroom resources and professional learning for climate change educators.

Raccoon Circles

This field of Raccoon Circle training provides hundreds of activities, adventure-based learning opportunities, teachable moments and facilitated learning, using a simple, and inexpensive prop. It is the perfect resource for day and resident camp counselors, playground teachers, recreational therapists, group work and teamwork specialists, wilderness trip leaders, wilderness youth-at-risk programs, corporate trainers, and rope course […]


The Back to Nature Network, in partnership with Humber College, is excited to offer Ready…Set…Wonder! a tool for early years educators to use in providing opportunities for children to connect with nature on a regular basis. In this practical guide, you will find a large number of easy-to-use prompts, which can be applied with simple preparation […]

Connecting The Dots

Connecting the Dots focuses on learning strategies and the ways of organizing learning experiences; the “how to” of learning. These learning strategies involve students as engaged learners, learning within the context of their communities and addressing relevant, local issues. The learning strategies advanced in this document are not new. They are common to environmental education […]

Into Nature

Into Nature is a unique teachers’ guide that enables the teaching of all Ontario school curriculum subjects outdoors in nature on a regular basis. Content of the guide includes logistics, resources and learning experiences for teaching in nature. All learning experiences are linked to Ontario curriculum documents and include: Nature 101, a series of five […]