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Halloween Re-Creations Contest (Grades K-6)
A fun recycled material only costume contest. Let your imaginations soar, make your costume this Halloween and enter to win one of 10 $50 prizes.
FOCUS! Videos for Change: Climate Change Video and Media Arts Competition (Grades 7-12)
Our signature Video and Media Arts contest, now including Grade 7 and music videos.
Student Climate Changemakers (Grades 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 STORIES
The world’s largest consumer goods companies are creating plastic waste that piles up in landfills and oceans. And their logo is everywhere. While they have been working hard to improve their corproate image, Tom Szaky has a different strategy for them, that seems to be taking off. He is the founder and CEO of TerraCycle, […]
Image Source: Full Grown A UK Company – Full Grown – is planting, pruning and growing its furniture line-up of chairs, tables and lamps. Orders are being accepted for furniture that will be ready in 2030! While it might be a slow way to furnish your home, and the cost is prohibitive for most, there […]
Image Source: NASA NASA’s X-plane, also known as X-57 Maxwell Mod II — or simply X-57 Mod II, is ready to begin testing. It is NASA’s first all-electric experimental aircraft, and if successful, will provide a replacement for combustion engines on some plane models. While a number of testing stages must be passed, the invention is […]
Photo Source: NASA NASA has selected a space-based instrument under its Earth Venture Instrument (EVI) portfolio that will make observations of coastal waters to help protect ecosystem sustainability, improve resource management, and enhance economic activity. The selected Geosynchronous Littoral Imaging and Monitoring Radiometer (GLIMR) instrument, led by principal investigator Joseph Salisbury at the University of New […]
Whenever we think of the textile industry and colour dyeing, we groan with worry about the toxic impacts on our environment. Now, a new Dutch company, DyeCOO, has developed a way to use CO2, NO water, and NO other chemicals to permanently dye clothing. And the best part, the CO2 is recaptured and used to […]
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