Learning for a Sustainable Future & the RBC Foundation invite grade 9-12 students to participate in: Our Canada Project Youth Leadership Forum Empowering Students to Change the World! The Our Canada Project is a call to action, engaging youth in envisioning a more sustainable Canada and the actions they are taking to achieve their vision. ‣
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If students at your school are taking action to promote the pillars of sustainability (social well-being, a sound economy and a healthy environment), or if you’d like to see what other schools are doing to create their sustainable future, email Youth Encouraging Sustainability (Y.E.S.) or visit their website to find out how you can get involved and
Friday, April 1 marks exactly two weeks until Global Youth Service Day 2016. On April 1, 2015, YSA announced the expansion of Global Youth Service Day to Galactic Youth Service Day. We realized that we’re still leaving out some important demographics, so this year, we’re excited to announce that we’ve expanded our programs from ages five
RBC-Evergreen Watershed Champions Award is offering eight awards of $2,500 and one grand prize award of $3,500 to publicly-funded classes (K–12) across Canada, just for learning about water! How to get involved: 1. Learn about water Getting started is easy—view the compiled tips, strategies and hands-on lessons to support you. 2. Take action to care for your local watershed
Who: Chad Pregracke, CNN’s Hero of the Year 2013 When: April 29, 2016 Where: Burton Cummings Theatre, 364 Smith Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm The Manitoba Conservation Districts Association (MCDA) and Take Pride Winnipeg! have organized a unique opportunity exclusively for junior and high school students and teachers. They are bringing CNN’s Hero of the Year 2013
Connect4Climate, in partnership with the online platform Vimeo, challenges citizens around the world to film Climate Action on one day, November 29. Just one day before the UNFCCC 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) begins, coinciding with the Global Climate March – a decisive call for bold actions on climate change, the 24-hour Film a
Registration for GreenSpace 2015 is now open!
Come and visit us on Thursday, February 19th for a showcase of art projects exploring environmental issues! This is an exhibition of work celebrating the work that grade 12 art students at Dakota Collegiate created during their participation in Eco/Art/Action.
Next Up youth social change leadership program is coming to Manitoba this January! Next Up trains young progressive leaders committed to social and environmental justice. Sign up to get the application package. About the program Next Up was created by a community of people who wanted to help emerging leaders (that’s you!) develop new and better
Did you know that 2014 is the year of Urban Ideas? Are you interested in finding out the role that city planning, sustainable transportation and green buildings have to play in creating the world you want to live in? Apply to join the City Builders Camp this fall! City Builders will run on 4 consecutive Fridays