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Celebrate Canadian Environment Week and World Ocean Day with Let's Talk Science

The first week of June is Canadian Environment Week and June 8 is World Ocean Day. Two amazing initiatives to focus our attention on conserving and protecting our environment.

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Clothing4Climate Educator Guide

Clothing4Climate is a free project-based learning experience for your students to study the impacts of the clothing industry on climate change and how they can take action to enable change.

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Tomatosphere™

Tomatosphere™ is a hands-on program that builds scientific inquiry and experimentation skills. Investigate the effects of outer space on seed germination with your students.

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Travel4Climate

Travel4Climate gets students working together and exploring innovative solutions and emerging technologies to improve their communities. It’s a project about challenging the narrative of what transportation means and proposing a new path forward.

 

 
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What motivates teens to climate action?

Instead of assuming how to motivate teens in climate action, we asked them. More than 900 told us what they want – here’s their insights.

Climate Action Lab powered by Let’s Talk Science is a youth-led research initiative to uncover barriers that prevent youth from taking climate action and daylight opportunity areas for climate action programming that is relevant to them.

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