What are some ways you reduce your ecological footprint in your everyday life? Learn how the Relay team is doing what they can in their everyday lives.
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.
We talk with Petra who has found a job through the Green Collar Careers Internship program
Providing hands-on science activities at a young age reinforces equality and empowers girls to dream just as big as boys do.
Around the world we are seeing solar energy and microgrids bring power to remote locations.
The morning drive was snowy yet beautiful. The roads from Sudbury to Sagamok are lined with rocky edges, river, and snow-covered trees.
From November 6-8, Relay Education had the opportunity to participate in the 2019 Farmfair International