Attention young activists and educators of Toronto! Our beloved city faces significant threats, and we must rise to the challenge. Students from the University of Toronto have created resources to help!

A dedicated team of student volunteers from the University of Toronto have created educator resources about three unprecedented crises that students face: biodiversity loss, climate change, and environmental inequity.

The Educators Guide

Highlighting core issues in Toronto – biodiversity loss, climate change, and environmental inequity – this guide provides concise summaries and activity ideas for educators. It’s a foundational resource for deepening students’ understanding of these urgent subjects.

The Climate Change Guide

Designed for Canadian educators, this guide delves into the extensive impacts of climate events on health and the economy. It also features classroom activities to foster awareness among students about these pivotal challenges.

The Environmental Inequity in Toronto Guide

Designed for Canadian educators, this guide delves into the extensive impacts of climate events on health and the economy. It also features classroom activities to foster awareness among students about these pivotal challenges.

The Biodiversity Guide

Designed for Canadian educators, this guide delves into the extensive impacts of climate events on health and the economy. It also features classroom activities to foster awareness among students about these pivotal challenges.

Armed with this knowledge, are you prepared to act? The time is now. Let’s champion change together!

Explore Related Content

Dr. Jane, News and Updates

Cosmic Pictures to Distribute Science North’s JANE GOODALL’S REASONS FOR HOPE

September 18, 2023
News and Updates, Youth Voices

Youth Voices & Perspectives on Protecting the World’s Biodiversity at COP15 

September 18, 2023
Youth Voices

This Matters: Canada & The Global Biodiversity Loss Crisis

September 18, 2023