Learning for a Sustainable Future provides funding for students and teachers to engage their school and community in an action project. Funding is available for schools, individual classes, and school groups/clubs. LSF funding is not available for organizations or clubs/groups outside of the school. However, schools that apply for funding are able to collaborate with
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Guelph, ON, July 8, 2015 – Today, The Co-operators and The Natural Step Canada announced a new partnership agreement to jointly deliver the IMPACT! Youth Program for Sustainability Leadership over the next four years. The collaboration significantly deepens the capacity of the IMPACT! program to achieve its vision of developing young sustainability leaders across Canada.
Registration for GreenSpace 2015 is now open!
The Manitoba Eco-Network and the Manitoba Environmental Youth Network are pleased to be co-sponsors of the Manitoba’s Greenest School Contest with the Green Building Council of Manitoba. Win $500 for your school at the provincial level or $2000 at the national level. What does it mean to be a Green School? Maybe a lot more
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
In case you’re thinking of next school year and the projects you want to work on and wondering about where you are going to find the funding, please visit the links and below. If you need help filling out an application make sure to get in touch with our coordinator who is able to offer assistance
Are you looking to talk about Indigenous food, health, culture and the environment in your class? Indigenous Food First, a program of CIER, states that “Indigenous food security is a part of our vision of sustainable First Nation communities and a healthy environment. Plus, it’s critical to indigenous well-being.” They believe that youth have an important
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Does May 22nd ring a bell to you? It’s the International Day of Biodiveristy! …Bio what? Biodiversity. What does that mean? Well, definitions of biodiversity are… diverse. Taken literally and simply, it’s the variety of life. Taken most broadly, it’s our collective life support system (OBS, 2005). So the first challenge of biodiversity is just getting your
The Earth Island Institute is on a quest to find outstanding youth environmental leaders: What is this? The Brower Youth Awards – created in 2000 to honour David Brower who said “I love to see what young people can do, before someone old tells them it’s impossible.” That sounds like something that we can get