National Climate Change and Education Survey

Opportunities for Public and Formal Education

New: 2021-2022 Climate Change & Education Survey (Closed)

Results coming soon! Stay tuned.

About the Survey

LSF has launched a follow-up to the groundbreaking 2019 “Canada, Climate Change and Education” survey. This benchmark study gave us a look into climate change knowledge and education practice in Canada and produced recommendations for all sectors to support climate change learning.

We’re excited to follow up with our second climate change education survey to see how things have changed—a lot has happened since 2019!

If you are a K-12 educator, a K-12 parent, a student 12 years of age or older, a faculty of education instructor, or a member of the general public, we want to hear from you. 

The survey will take about 15-20 minutes to complete and your answers will remain confidential and anonymous. By taking part in this survey, you will help our understanding of how the public, teachers, parents and students view climate change education in Canadian schools and what supports are needed to effectively teach climate change in classrooms.  The results will be used to develop recommendations to governments, school districts and educators to help Canadian youth address climate change. 

If you have any questions about the survey please contact:

Pamela Schwartzberg
President and CEO
Learning for a Sustainable Future

Check out the 2019 survey:

More Information

The 2021-2022 survey was conducted with support from Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation and Dr. Karen Acton and Dr. Susan Elliott. Leger, the largest Canadian owned market research company, is providing data collection and analysis. 

This research is the second phase of a baseline research study undertaken in 2018-2019 by Dr. Ellen Field, Assistant Professor, Lakehead University, in collaboration with Learning for a Sustainable Future, with support from Leger Research Intelligence and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.