Students reduce, reuse, recycle and repair

Feb 15, 2019

It’s the real-world applications of what Grade 4 is teaching in action here. I think there couldn’t be a more valuable lesson for the kids to be learning. For the kids to understand that they can be environmentally friendly, they can help divert some of this garbage from the landfill, that things after one use aren’t just garbage, there’s more life to them.

Victoria Reilly - parent of student and former teacher

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  • The youth of today are the leaders, innovators, scientists, entrepreneurs and decision makers of tomorrow. The Gaia Project is a unique organization helping students to understand and take action against this existential threat, now and in the future."

    John Reid


  • Young people have a role in protecting our climate today and tomorrow, this is why we're happy to support The Gaia Project in their mission of empowering youth.

    Krista Han

    Managing Partner - New Brunswick, Grant Thornton LLP

  • Opportunities with The Gaia Project have helped to bring about real changes, not only in the students' understanding and views of the world around them and their capacity to help, but also in the way the school is actually run as we have made concrete changes in some of our energy consumption strategies and practices.

    Brent Rowney

    Teacher at Oromocto High School

  • Thank you, I told my parents what we did in class and now they want to recycle at home!


    Student, Parkwood Heights Elementary School