Preparing students for an ever-changing 21st century world is no easy task. Based on decades of experience and led by expert facilitators, LSF’s professional development workshops help educators transform their practice and link education to action in meaningful and engaging ways.
We work with schools, educators and students to integrate sustainability education and action into learning.
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Connect with like-minded educators in small groups for an in-depth learning experience. Learn from and support one another as you explore sustainability, taking curriculum outdoors, and more!
Want to make a difference in your school or community? LSF can provide grants to support your student-led sustainability Action Projects!
Funding is available for schools, classes and clubs.
A curriculum-connected community action program for grade 7/8 students that guides classrooms through learning about and acting on local water issues and creating their own documentary films!
LSF’s Youth Forums engage students in local sustainability issues, equip them with skills and knowledge, and empower them to take action.
These fun events act as a springboard for students to plan and implement Action Projects.
Our Canada Project inspires youth to be responsible citizens and gives youth a platform to share their voice.
What’s your vision for a better Canada? What are you doing to make it come true? Share your story today.
Sustainable Future Schools take a whole-school approach to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, weaving them into teaching and learning, partnerships, facilities and operations, and decision-making to move the school community towards a sustainable future.
Susan Langley’s Earth Steward Teaching Award recognizes Ontario educators making outstanding contributions to sustainability education.
The chosen winner will be awarded $1,000!
LSF’s new award recognizes student-led Action Projects that contribute most to climate action in Canada.
Schools can win up to $3,000!