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Do you know a teacher who has gone above and beyond to take action on climate change? The Gaia Project would like to give recognition to three Gaia Champion Teachers this year, and we are looking all across the province.Nominate a Teacher
Interested in talking about green career pathways with your students? Or are you looking for a presentation or mentorship opportunity for your school project? The Green Experts Program was created to showcase existing green careers in the province to help inspire youth in joining New Brunswick’s clean growth economy.
Who is a Green Expert? What is a green job? What does it look like? For Gaia, a green job represents any job that genuinely helps the environment directly or indirectly. Explore our directory of Green Experts across the province and reach out to the Gaia team to bring these exciting career pathways to your classroom.
The Gaia Project is now offering FREE professional learning sessions on climate change education, energy literacy and other sustainable topics to meet the needs of your school community. Gaia will be flexible to your schedule and availability. Contact our team for more information.Contact Gaia
An EcoSchools certification represents environmental excellence for kindergarten through grade 12 schools in Canada. Participation in this FREE program allows students, teachers, school administrators, custodians, and parents to get a clear picture of their current environmental practices and take action to reduce their environmental footprint. Register your school for the EcoSchools Certification Program!More Information
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“This resource has been created on the traditional and current unsurrendered land of the Wabanaki peoples, as covered by the Peace and Friendship treaties. This land belongs to their ancestors, their current members, and their future descendants. We are grateful for the opportunity to become allies of truth and reconciliation, sharers of knowledge, and to do our best to uplift Indigenous peoples in our work as we listen and learn about how we can contribute to decolonizing education.”