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Qu'est-ce que le développement durable ? C'est pas sorcier -UNE SECONDE VIE POUR NOS POUBELLES. L’éducation au développement durable, une manière concrète de vivre les valeurs de la République. Resources for Collaborative Project Work. As you begin to explore the possibilities for cross-cultural interaction, global classroom projects, and new learning opportunities, several organizations and facilitators of online spaces can assist in your efforts.

Resources for Collaborative Project Work

Many will actually facilitate these learning opportunities, while others are simply areas for you to connect and collaborate with other educators and students. Global Organizations and Networks Several different global organizations exist for different specific purposes. Explore all the different organizations, or skip directly to the following sections: International Collaboration and Exchange Global Competitions International Regional Networks: browse networks by specific global region. Content Resources: start here to look for content to expand your current curriculum in areas of global awareness or internationalism.

In addition to the global organizations listed above, regional networks offer resources for collaborative projects between schools. AQPERE. Éducation relative à l'environnement. Ces ressources internet et bibliographiques ont été compilées à l'occasion du 5e congrès mondial d'éducation relative à l'environnement qui a eu lieu à Montréal du 10 au 14 mai 2009.

Éducation relative à l'environnement

Il est possible que des liens ne soient plus fonctionnels, nous nous en excusons. Sites Internet d'organismes >>Au Québec et au Canada Chaire de recherche du Canada en éducation relative à l’environnement La chaire poursuit une triple mission : Contribuer au développement des savoirs et stimuler la recherche en éducation relative à l'environnement. Le site donne un aperçu des recherches en cours et de leurs artisans et artisanes, ainsi que permet l’accès aux publications de la Chaire (disponibles en ligne) et à plusieurs articles explicitant les problématiques de l’éducation relative à l’environnement.

Association québécoise pour la promotion de l'éducation relative à l'environnement (AQPERE) Réseau canadien d’éducation et de communication relatives à l’environnement (EECOM) >>À l'international Planet' What You Can Do At School. Did You Know?

What You Can Do At School

By 2015, consumer electronics and small appliances will be responsible for almost 30% of all household electricity use. In 2020, the average home is expected to be 5% larger and will rely on even more electricity-powered electronics. (EIA) Students, educators and school administrators can all play a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Here is a directory of some education and action-planning resources to help you: Students Middle school students: Explore climate science and solutions Explore A Student's Guide to Global Climate Change to learn more about the science and impacts of climate change. Educators Teach students about climate change and ecosystems Use the teacher resources on EPA's Students Guide to Climate Change.

Administrators Save money and the environment The least efficient schools use three times more energy than the best energy performers. Air Quality & Climate Change Tools for Schools - Halton Region. Halton Region Health Promotion & Education Air Quality & Climate Change Tools for Schools Grade 9 - 12 Grade 5 - 8 Primary - Grade 4 Additional Tools.

Air Quality & Climate Change Tools for Schools - Halton Region

Project on Climate Change Communication. April 09 2014 | Research Reports New Commentary Urges Climate Scientists to “Set the Record Straight” We just published a commentary in Earth’s Future, a new online, open-access journal published by the American Geophysical Union.

Project on Climate Change Communication

The commentary is entitled: “Climate Scientists Need to Set the Record Straight: There is a scientific consensus that human-caused climate change is happening.” In the commentary, we argue that the climate science community needs to do more to communicate the scientific consensus because: (a) most Americans don’t know there is a scientific consensus on this point; (b) this lack of awareness undermines people’s engagement in the issue; and (c) research by our team – and others – has shown that simple messages that communicate this basic scientific conclusion are highly effective, especially with political conservatives.