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FOCUS! Videos for Change: Climate Change Video & Media Arts Contest (Gr. 7-12)
Our signature Video and Media Arts contest, now including Grade 7 and music videos.
Student Climate Changemakers (Gr. 7-12)
Be a changemaker and win amazing prizes. Awards for Environmental Action, Inspiring Change, and Social Technology Development.
Climate Change Educational Leaders (Teachers Excellence Award)
The Climate Change Educational Leaders (Teachers) Awards recognize Excellence in Environmental Education, Communication, and Inspiration by Canada’s amazing teachers.
Canadian Schools Take Action to Change Climate Change
This award celebrates the impact schools have on our youth, in our communities, and in helping to change our world!
COOL INNOVATIONS AND CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS
Image Source: Centre for Climate and Energy Solutions. A great data visualization that some might find useful. Learn More.
Team Trees have reached a remarkable 15 million trees from crowd sourced donations, in under a month, and the massive popularity it has gained has attracted big-name celebrities to donate as well. Elon Musk, Susan Wojcicki, and some YouTubers all have their names on the top donations list. Learn More.
Image source: Flaticon. Despite nearly 81% of our electrical power coming from non-carbon emitting sources, Canada has the highest annual per-person emission count (at 22 tonnes of CO2) of all G20 nations, nearly three times the 8 tonnes per person average globally. It is up to us. Learn More: Here and Here.
A good news story from what some consider to be an armchair activist generation. Learn More.
Image Source: Reuters: Benoit Tessier. A highway in China is made up of solar panels, optimizing space. Is it practical? Probably not, but it is cool. Learn More.
Image Source: Digital Trends. A new technique for artificial meat improves taste and texture and was inspired by cotton candy. Learn More. Learn the Science.
An interesting forum is occurring today around potential policies in the fight against climate change. On October 23, The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) will co-convene a forum to explore economic policy innovations to combat climate change. Learn More.
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