Criteria of Excellence for Youth Engagement in Environmental Education and a Sustainable Future

Essentially, Green Street supports programs that actively engage young people to protect the environment. For its second phase (2005-2010), Green Street has broadened the themes of its programs to include broader issues related to the environment and sustainability. The program remains an environmental education initiative with perspectives on related sustainability Continue Reading

What’s up?

Polar Bears on Ephemeral Ice – Letters Competition At the initiative of Équiterre and the Fédération des coopératives du Nouveau Québec, from February 1 to 19, 2010, a bronze polar bear frame, covered with ice and sculpted with the collaboration of Inuit sculptors, will undertake a long march for Arriving Continue Reading

Act for wetlands

Find out how your class or school can participate in specific projects with the help of Ducks Unlimited Canada education staff (specific criteria apply). You will receive advice and have access to resources to undertake a wide-ranging study in a wetland in your community. You will discover how to participate Continue Reading

Our Mission

The Program endeavours to provide opportunities to actively engage students and teachers in environmental learning and sustainability education. The Program links schools in Canada to reputable Environmental Education organizations across the country. We aim to deliver credible, accessible and affordable programs that are relevant to students’ concerns, curriculum-linked, encourage a Continue Reading

Green Street

Welcome to the new Green Street! Green Street has long been Canada’s trusted clearinghouse for quality educational programs from environmental organizations. Now, with new partners and up-to-date Web functionality, it is becoming even more. More than a Web site! Green Street links you to a learning community of people who Continue Reading