Environmental Education

YYC Young Citizen Scientists: Pollinators (Ages 7-9)

Aug 18 2020 - 11:00am

Are you a parent looking to continue environmental education at home? Or are you a student passionate about learning more about our planet earth? CPAWS-SAB wants to bring interactive learning into your homes!

As part of the Ultimate Summer Challenge being hosted by the Calgary Public Library, CPAWS-SAB will be putting on 6 virtual presentations for youth. These presentations will include visuals, activities, and discussions. See below for more details on each event. Read more about YYC Young Citizen Scientists: Pollinators (Ages 7-9)

All Hands On Deck: Citizen Science with Watch for Wildlife

Jul 16 2020 - 4:00pm

From the Sierra Club Canada Foundation website:

Join us as Watch For Wildlife's Allison Dean takes us through their new citizen science project on iNaturalist. You'll learn all about Watch for Wildlife's citizen science initiative and how to get involved and make a difference in wildlife collision data collection in your area.

All SCCF webinars are free to attend and will be uploaded to our website for later viewing. Read more about All Hands On Deck: Citizen Science with Watch for Wildlife

CreekFest Webinar: Water Rangers

Jul 23 2020 - 1:00pm to 1:30pm

From the CPAWS Southern Alberta website:

Are you a parent looking to continue environmental education at home? Or are you a student passionate about learning more about our planet earth? CPAWS-SAB wants to bring interactive learning into your homes! Read more about CreekFest Webinar: Water Rangers

CreekFest Webinar: Wild Wellness

Jul 21 2020 - 1:00pm to 1:30pm

From the CPAWS Southern Alberta website:

Are you a parent looking to continue environmental education at home? Or are you a student passionate about learning more about our planet earth? CPAWS-SAB wants to bring interactive learning into your homes! Read more about CreekFest Webinar: Wild Wellness

17+ Online Resources for Learning About the Environment from Home for Kids of All Ages

As the physical and social distancing measures resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic seem likely to stay in force for the near future, we asked our members and colleagues for their suggestions of online environmental learning resources to help kids of all ages learn about the environment during this time of limited activities. Here are their suggestions, and some of our own. Read more about 17+ Online Resources for Learning About the Environment from Home for Kids of All Ages

Wild Child Nature Immersion Summer Registrations are Now Open

From the Sierra Club Prairie website:

We are so excited to announce that our Summer Nature Immersion programs are now open for registrations! Wild Child Nature Immersion is a free program offered to early learning centers, and kindergarten classrooms across Edmonton. Read more about Wild Child Nature Immersion Summer Registrations are Now Open

Having climate-energy conversations in Alberta: what works and what doesn’t…

Sep 28 2018 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Few issues facing Canada are as divided – and divisive – as climate change and energy.

In this interactive presentation, George Marshall will unpack the insights and perspectives of the Alberta Narratives Project – a year-long initiative involving nearly 500 Albertans to uncover new ways of talking about climate and energy in our province that are built on common ground and respect for different ways of seeing the world. Read more about Having climate-energy conversations in Alberta: what works and what doesn’t…

Location

Feigel Conference Centre
Allard Hall, MacEwan University (11104 104 Avenue NW)
T5K 1M9 Edmonton , AB

Navigate 2016: Youth Water & Environmental Leadership Summit

Mar 10 2016 - 7:00am to Mar 13 2016 - 7:00am

From the Navigate 2016 website:

Calling all Alberta’s young leaders and their teachers! Applications are now open for Navigate 2016

Here’s your chance to make a significant impact in your school, community and province!

We invite you to be part of a fun, memorable, all-expenses-paid trip to Canmore, Alberta on March 10-13, 2016 where we will explore the most important environmental topics facing our province. 20 leadership teams comprised of four students and two teachers from high schools across Alberta will spend three days taking part in interactive sessions, workshops and activities.

After the summit, your team will put this amazing experience into action with projects designed to encourage awareness, understanding and excitement in your school or entire community.

The deadline to apply is December 31st, 2015; don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity for you and your students!

Read more about Navigate 2016: Youth Water & Environmental Leadership Summit

Location

Canmore , AB

NEW DATES 1st Annual Environmental Gathering: Changing the Climate

Feb 26 2016 - 1:00am to Feb 27 2016 - 11:00pm

Register Now with Early Bird Rates!

Alberta Ecotrust is proud to announce our first annual Environmental Gathering in Alberta: Change the Climate. Alberta’s environmental community is incredibly diverse. From ensuring safe and available water, to preserving and restoring valuable land and habitat, to building a sustainable future, Albertans across the province are continually working to protect the ecosystems that provide all of us with life and prosperity. Read more about NEW DATES 1st Annual Environmental Gathering: Changing the Climate

Location

Mount Royal University
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
T3E 6K6 Calgary , AB

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