This initiative in Treaty Education was spearheaded by the Three Nations Education Group Inc. to address the recommendations in education of the Federal Government’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s commitment
The Gaia Project is a non-profit charitable organization with the mission to empower youth to take action on climate change through education. They promote free lesson plans, videos, and websites for climate and environmental education, as well as work directly
The Just Transition Research Collaborative (JTRC) is a space for exchange and discussion that brings together a range of experts from academia and civil society to collectively map and analyse the different understandings and narratives of “Just Transition” underpinning the
The Government of Canada’s action, climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, emissions reporting. Carbon pricing, clean electricity, transportation, buildings, innovation, Pan-Canadian Framework.
Resources for Rethinking connects teachers to lesson plans, books, videos, and other materials that explore the environmental, social, and economic dimensions of important issues and events unfolding in the world today. R4R resources have been reviewed by experienced classroom teachers
The Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions (ACASA) Project is a partnership among the provincial governments of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick, and regional stakeholders including nonprofits, tribal governments, and industry. The Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions
*le français suit* The Humanities for the Environment Observatories are piloting projects and research that seeks to answer questions about the role of the humanities in a time in which human activity is significantly reshaping the geological future of the
Changing the Conversation is a civil, open source inter-generational space where Canadians can come together to join or start a conversation around issues that matter to them and their communities. They created an interactive scenario explorer that depicts likely outcomes from different development paths,
*le français suit* The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science empowers scientists and health professionals to communicate complex topics in clear, vivid, and engaging ways; leading to improved understanding by the public, media, patients, elected officials, and others outside of
*le français suit* 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. Les scientifiques et les gens qui communiquent au sujet du changement
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
The database at the Indigenous Education and National Centre for Collaboration website is searchable by a wide variety of topics, education levels, Indigenous language, and region of origin.
*le français suit* The Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR) is a university-based resource hub for researchers and stakeholders searching for information on climate change impacts and adaptation. The centre communicates the latest research on climate change
Access many activities, lesson plans, classroom materials, professional resources, and overviews of scientific findings to teach about how climate change impacts Nunavut, and can be taught both indoors and outdoors.
This episode of Tai Asks Why explores the causes of climate change and the role students can play in fighting those causes. Possible teaching connections include Social Studies, Language, Science and 21st Century Skills. This teaching guide includes a lesson
Download these six infographics and use the downloadable activities and teachers guides. Introduce students to the main features of climate change and its effects on the environment, explore problems such as melting permafrost and ocean acidification, and encourage students to
The Sustainable Development 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 cities more sustainable and combat climate change. This website includes a teaching
From board books to picture books for older readers, this collection is a selection of 100 of the best books by Indigenous authors, many illustrated by Indigenous artists, published in Canada and currently in print. The titles reflect the diverse
An innovative knowledge centre for the global sustainability community, this Hub offers a wide range of resources on sustainability in the form of free journal articles, thematic essays, case studies, group activities, exercises, blogs, websites, and video links. Topic keywords:
The Solutions Project accelerates the transition to 100% clean energy by championing a movement that is more inclusive, more collaborative, and more celebratory. They focus on storytelling, grant-making, and capacity building. Webinars, an interactive world map, infographics, and statistics are
Project Drawdown compiles a list of “no regrets” solutions—actions that make sense to take regardless of their climate impact since they have intrinsic benefits to communities and economies. These initiatives improve lives, create jobs, restore the environment, enhance security, generate
The World Climate Simulation is a role-playing exercise of UN climate change negotiations. It is unique in that it uses an interactive computer model to rapidly analyze the results of the mock-negotiations. All the materials and tools for World Climate are available for
A ten-minute video explaining climate science and how it applies to the Canadian perspective.
An interactive map of data about climate skepticism and awareness in Canada published by the Université de Montréal. Differences in opinion across the country can now be estimated and visualized, allowing a clearer picture of the diversity of Canadian perceptions,
Inside the Greenhouse works to deepen our understanding of how issues associated with climate change are/can be communicated, by creating artifacts through interactive theatre, film, fine art, performance art, television programming, and appraising as well as extracting effective methods for
The resource “Adaptation to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise in Coastal Zones – A Global Perspective” addresses the increasing problems that coastal zones experience, faced with the impacts in climate change, and in particular the rise in sea level,
NOAA’s Climate.gov is a source of timely and authoritative scientific data and information about climate. The News & Features is a popular-style magazine for the science-interested public covering topics in climate science, adaptation, and mitigation. Maps & Data is a
The SDG Academy creates and curates free massive open online courses and educational materials on sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals. The SDG Academy is the online education platform of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative
The Climate Action Tracker (CAT) is an independent scientific analysis produced by three research organizations tracking climate action since 2009. They track progress towards the globally agreed aim of holding warming well below 2°C, and pursuing efforts to limit warming
Five-minute video by National Geographic on Prince Edward Island and sea level rise. Also at risk are several archaeological sites that hold vital artifacts from the Mi’kmaq.
The Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) Portal was launched in 2010 as a National Science Digital Library (NSDL) Pathways project for science education expertise. CLEAN’s primary effort is to steward the collection of climate and energy science educational
The lesson plans presented here are a sampling from the National Wildlife Federation’s collection of more than 1,000 lesson plans designed to introduce students to life science, ecology, wildlife biology, scientific identification, and observation. All lesson plans are aligned to
This page includes lesson plans for outdoor learning, climate change, and environment.
This portal from Project Learning Tree has a large collection of short self-paced online coursels. Each has been designed using best practices in online learning and teacher professional development (review The 5+ Guiding Principles of Teacher Professional Development for more