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Report Card Now Available!

More than half of Ontarians would reduce their environmental footprint for financial or health reasons Over half of Ontario’s residents (52%) say they’d change their behaviours to reduce their impact on the environment in order to save money or prevent

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What do Ontarians really know about the environment?

Stay tuned to find out!

Join the Great Canadian Giving Challenge and help us win $10,000!

Summer can be a challenging time for charities across the country as Canadians head out to enjoy the great Canadian outdoors, leaving charities to face a decline in financial support. But this summer CanadaHelps is challenging you, Canada, to get

Ontario’s $8.3B climate change plan met with cautious optimism

Article published on Metro News website on June 8, 2016. “Ontario’s climate change action plan, which will provide billions of dollars in subsidies and incentives to businesses and homeowners, was greeted with cautious optimism Wednesday by environmentalists and businesses. The province will

Why does environmental literacy matter?

This is why. Happy Earth Day! (Cartoon sourced from Melissa Chen @melikiwi)

TIFF Kids: Teaching students about environment preservation through the power of film

While the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is primarily known for the September film festival, they also host the TIFF Kids International Film Festival (April 8 to 24). In its 19th year, it has become one of the most important film festivals in

OAGEE spring conference

May 8-10, 2015 Tobermory, Ontario The Ontario Association for Geographic and Environmental Education (OAGEE) spring conference is taking place May 8, 2015 with value added days May 9-10. Early bird price for teachers: $90 before April 1st Take a look

EcoLinks: OSEE Annual Conference

EcoLinks 2015: Ontario Society for Environmental Education Annual Conference May 11, 2015- Terra Cotta, Ontario Online registrations are now open. 1 Day Conference (Regular) – $60 1 Day Conference (Full-time Students) – $40 Click here for further details.

Invitation for Project Partners for Environmental Literacy Poll

EEON has a new look and a new project. Environmental Education Ontario (EEON) is looking for partners for our upcoming polling project. The purpose of this poll is to better understand the Ontario public’s current knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours on key environmental issues. The overall objectives

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