The UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education, taking place in Ottawa, Canada, from 6 to 10 March, will present a unique platform for discussion on two key programmes of UNESCO’s Education Sector: ESD and GCED (Global Citizenship Education). Committed youth who are interested in participating in the UNESCO Week, are
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Frontier School Division’s science department in Manitoba is having a series of upcoming live stream events all the way from Churchill, Manitoba. Events are being streamed from the Churchill Northern Studies Center, as well as right off the tundra with Polar Bears International. These live stream events will focus on science and technology in the sub-arctic:
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. ‣
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
Youth voices were heard at the recent ASEAN Powershift Conference. The role of youth in climate talks and in pushing countries take climate action was highlighted during the conference. According to His Excellency Dr AKP Mochtan, Deputy Secretary General of ASEAN for Community and Corporate Affairs, “the youth has much at stake, because the youth
Registration for GreenSpace 2015 is now open!
Students from Sisler High School invite you to join them for their annual Sustainability Conference! Morning sessions include facilitation from Assiniboine Park, Food Matters, Manitoba Eco-Network, Ethos Farm, and Green Bean. Afternoon sessions will be led by students from Sisler High School and topics will focus on: School-wide recycling, after school cooking and fair trade,