The mandate of the Canadian Environmental Literacy Project (CELP) is to develop open-access curriculum materials in support of teaching environmental studies in universities, colleges, and high schools in Canada. The focus is on materials that address Canadian issues within local, regional or international contexts.
These modular materials can be used "as is" or they may be adapted by instructors to suit their specific needs. Our goal is to offer engaging classroom lectures, calculation exercises, and activities and field-trip ideas that are informative, credible, objective, motivating, and personally relevant to students and instructors. We seek to incorporate a variety of teaching and learning styles.
is a project developed by Learning for a Sustainable Future. It provides teachers access to lesson plans, worksheets and other teaching resources that integrate environmental, social and economic spheres through learning that is interdisciplinary and action oriented. Each R4R resource has been reviewed by an experienced classroom teacher and matched to relevant curriculum outcomes for all provinces and territories. Search over 700 resources by grade, subject, jurisdiction, and sustainability theme.