A film that so flagrantly gets the facts wrong on renewable energy while also offering no solutions to the climate crisis of its own – beyond a tacit endorsement of population control from a slew of old white talking heads – is truly upsetting.
In this blog, we want to share easy activities that you can do anywhere outside. And we mean anywhere!
Here's our favourite environmental movies and shows to watch during COVID-19, when we're exhausted but still want to something stimulating for the kids. Switch off the lights and turn on one of our recommendations.
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Before physical distancing measures came into effect, I had the opportunity to lead York University students in the construction of...
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With the closure of schools, and the changes in how we work, one thing has been certain: much of our learning, and our day to day work has moved online.
Our efforts to teach youth about renewable energy and climate change will continue at this time with online, interactive workshops.
Our latest annual report (2018-2019) is now available! Read how we're advancing the transition to a 100% renewable energy future in Canada through education.
This is always such an amazing experience, both for me to watch as an educator and for the students to end up with a finished renewable energy model they are excited about.