Our newest presentations are offered to Grades K-12 classrooms with a maximum of 30 students, and are currently only available in Winnipeg. To book a presentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Rural teachers can contact email@example.com for presentation options.
What’s Hiding in our Air? is a 60-minute presentation for Grades 1-6 with an outdoor component. Using high-tech tools that measure air quality around your school, this presentation will engage children in fun, science-based discussions on ways to improve our air with more emissions-free travel including cycling and walking.
Eating Our Way to Brighter Skies explores the relationship between air quality and our food cycle, inspiring students to find realistic ways that they can minimize food waste. A 45-minute presentation offered in Grades 1-6 classrooms, this presentation uses an interactive poster to foster critical thinking about our food cycle.
Food Waste: Local choices and global impacts is a 60-minute interdisciplinary presentation for Grades 7-12 that connects our local choices around organic waste disposal to the global impacts of climate change. Contemporary art is used as a medium to encourage youth to imagine alternatives for a more sustainable world.
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