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Resources for educators, caregivers, camp leaders, and after-school program leaders who want to deliver physical literacy instruction to children. Active for Life is a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy.
We’re all in this together! And you can make a difference every day. Live your values. Adopt practices that lower your climate impact, protect, respect and restore nature, and support safer, healthier communities. Start where you are and choose your path. Guide created by the David Suzuki Foundation.
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 […]
Increasingly, educators understand the benefits of teaching outdoors to promote student wellness, engagement and learning. LSF has always advocated full-day learning as a tool for teaching sustainable development and inquisitive learning. So we’ve put together some great resources to help you take your first steps outdoors! LSF is transforming the education system in Canada. Our […]
Earth Rangers is the kids’ conservation organization, committed to instilling environmental knowledge, positivity, and the confidence to take action in every child in Canada. We do this through a variety of free programming that children can participate in at school, at home, and in their communities. All of these programs are educational and engaging – […]
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. […]
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).
Government of Canada’s action, climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, and emissions reporting
The Government of Canada’s action, climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, emissions reporting. Carbon pricing, clean electricity, transportation, buildings, innovation, Pan-Canadian Framework.
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 […]