Today’s release of the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is on the subject of Active Transportation and how…
Been thinking about joining Peg City Car Co-op? This is the perfect time, as Winnipeg’s first and only carshare is doubling its network of fuel-efficient vehicles around central neighbourhoods. West Broadway, Corydon Village, UWinnipeg, Broadway-Assiniboine, Osborne Village, and South Osborne.
If a cosmetic pesticide ban in Manitoba is an initiative you would like to support join the Cosmetic Pesticide Ban Manitoba coalition today.
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Environmental Speakers Bureau
About the Environmental Speakers Bureau
Green Action Centre offers classroom presentations for schools in Winnipeg. Topics include recycling, litterless lunches, composting, climate change, water and the ecological footprint concept. See the complete list below. Presentations are age-appropriate for Nursery – Grade 12.
This program is supported by Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship.
The Environmental Speakers Bureau offers classroom presentations in Winnipeg on a variety of topics for all grade levels. Presentations emphasize positive actions kids can take.
Teachers can obtain free ESB resources including backgrounders, activity ideas and handouts for students on this site. PDF activity sheets are available for download.
Teachers in Winnipeg can request a free classroom presentation here. Note that March, April and May are busy times, so we suggest booking well ahead.
Today’s release of the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity…
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The Media Awareness Network provides a great teaching resource for Buy Nothing…
Check out the national website to register, download posters and info kits for schools or businesses. Lots of great ideas on how you can participate in Waste Reduction Week.
Find links on everything from where to get compost bins and supplies to where to buy your red wrigglers or how to build your own pet waste digester!