Climate Change Saskatchewan provides curriculum specific resources, classroom workshop opportunities, and other resources for teachers who are looking for interesting Saskatchewan specific climate change content to incorporate climate change issues into their classroom.Contact information for workshops and presentations:
Destination Conservation (DC) is a practical, student-driven, activity-based program that brings environmental education alive in our schools. A cooperative team of students, teachers, principals, custodians and parents work together with DC partners in this multi-year program. DC helps students and staff save energy, conserve water and reduce waste while at the same time saving money! Once the program is complete 20-30% savings in utility bills are typically realized.Contact info:
The Climate Change Awareness and Action Education Kit is the most comprehensive multimedia education kit on climate change ever devised for Canadian high schools. It was developed in response to the recognized need for quality educational materials to address the climate change issue from a critical thinking perspective, and is designed for use in grades 9 through 12, in Science, Social Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies courses across Canada.
A poster series developed by Natural Resources Canada and the Geological Survey of Canada outlining some of the impacts and threats of climate change in the prairie provinces.