The Drawdown Labs Job Function Action Guides are practical and shareable resources that highlight specific, high-impact climate actions employees in common corporate professions can take at work. Each guide includes why your role and skills are needed in addressing climate change, tangible actions you can take to make your job a climate job, and key considerations and […]
Welcome to the David Suzuki Foundation’s free online library containing more than two decades’ worth of original science, research and policy work. This library is a resource for scientists, researchers, journalists, students, activists and others. We hope it helps connect you with the work of our Science and Policy experts, advancing our collective knowledge of the […]
This database contains information about higher education programs and faculty that specialize in environmental education (EE). It would be great to share with any grade 12 students looking at options for post-secondary!
We are grateful to Chief Joe Pierre for sharing the Ktunaxa Creation Story and inspiring educators to help connect their students to the land. The webinar was recorded with permission and was a partnership with Classroom 2 Communities and Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network.
Is sea level rise really something we need to worry about? As an educator, how can I teach this stuff? In this webinar, we will look at the past and future sea-level rise, and its link to anthropogenic climate change, and how to present this topic to students and the public in an educational context. […]
Abstract: Climate change is an urgent global issue, with demands for personal, collective, and governmental action. Although a large body of research has investigated the influence of communication on public engagement with climate change, few studies have investigated the role of interpersonal discussion. Here we use panel data with 2 time points to investigate the […]
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 […]
This guide is designed for educators or anyone who would like to teach young people about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The Sustainable Development Goals — also known as the SDGs or the Global Goals — cover a wide range of sustainability issues; highlighting local, national and international priority areas to end poverty and hunger, improve health and education, make […]
Earth scientists and communicators dealing with or studying climate change face many potential stressors. They need support and resources to maintain and improve their emotional well-being.
This report provides an estimate of the additional carbon price that would be needed to achieve Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions target in 2030 under the Paris Agreement, as well as an estimate of the corresponding impact on the Canadian economy.