Explore Canada’s and our own personal carbon footprints.
Explore how Canada fits on the world stage. Discuss ways that we all can influence governments and companies to become greener and more sustainable. Students will assess their carbon footprint and make a climate commitment for 30 days.
As a class, look at the UN Environment Programme’s Act Now Speak Up! website, and look for tasks the class could do together, such as writing letters to their local leaders and companies, or find ways to talk about climate change with others.
Roles of individuals, governmental organizations, and NGOs, including groups representing indigenous peoples global poverty and inequality issues, including class structure and gender
Source: United Nations
Explore the origin of the UN, and how it is relevant in today’s world.
Explore how collective action on climate change is being addressed with the Paris Agreement.
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