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Pollution

Student uses a pipet to extract DNA with other students looking on.

Fish Market Survey

Senior biology students use a DNA barcoding kit to test local grocery store fish samples, and discover if the fish they bought is mislabeled and part of food fraud!

Sunrise over a farm field with wind turbines

Earth Month: Careers

Discover some of the many STEM-focused careers dealing with the environment and climate change.

Viviana Ramirez-Luna dehors en hiver

Viviana Ramirez-Luna (she/her)

Environmental Entrepreneur

I founded (and run) a consulting company to help businesses, communities, and organizations reduce the waste they produce
Frothing water

Earth Month: Water

Discover the issues surrounding water today, and learn what you can do to help.

Steve Fletcher

Steve Fletcher

Managing Director

I am the Managing Director of the Automotive Recyclers of Canada.
Ashley Noseworthy avec l'océan derrière elle

Ashley Noseworthy

CEO/Founder of Edgewise Environmental

I own and operate an environmental consultancy that helps companies reduce their underwater noise pollution.
Factory smokestacks

Let's Talk Pollution Resources

Discover a set of resources designed to get you thinking about pollution.

Luc Houle à la maison

Luc Houle (he/him)

Founder of Johnny Footwear

I create, manufacture and market biodegradable sneakers that grow into trees.
Magali Houde

Magali Houde (she/her)

Research Scientist

I lead projects that look at the impacts of pollution on aquatic environments.
The three RADARSAT Constellation Mission spacecraft

7 ways Satellites Help Fight Climate Change

Discover 7 ways satellite Earth observation helps fight climate change.

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Diversity of Canada’s Marine Coastal Habitats

Learn about the plants and animals in Canada’s marine coastal habitats, and what you can do to protect them.

Illustration of the Earth

Summer Symposium Series: Climate Career Resources

A career focused on climate change and sustainability would let you help people by working to help solve the biggest problems of our time.

Élyse Caron-Beaudoin

Élyse Caron-Beaudoin

Teaching Assistant in Environmental Health

Clothing4Climate header image illustration and logo

Clothing4Climate

Everyone wears clothes, no matter their socioeconomic background, age, or culture. The Clothing4Climate project encourages youth in Grades 7 to 12 to learn about the science behind climate change and the impact our clothing system has on the environment.

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Resources on the Environment

Resource page including articles and career profiles related to the environment.