New agreement supports enhanced environmental education in public schools

Saskatoon Public Schools (SPS) and the Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to further sustainability and climate change education initiatives. JUNE 22, 2020 The new agreement supports sustainability and climate change education for SPS administrators and teachers, and includes the development of […]

EECOM 2019 CFP Closed

Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal to contribute to the EECOM 2019 Conference program! A huge number of proposals poured in and are in the process of being reviewed by EECOM, SaskOutdoors, The Sustainability and Education Policy Network, and The Sustainability Education Research Institute – SERI. Prospective participants will be notified if their submissions have been accepted in mid-February […]

EECOM 2019 Call for Proposals is Open

The Call for Proposals for the 2019 Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM) Conference is now open! The Call for Proposals deadline is January 15, 2019 and conference registration will open January  2019. Click here to submit a proposal. The theme of the EECOM Conference in 2019 is “Action on Climate Change Through Education,” making […]

Community Conversation Cafés

SEPN’s research examines sustainability in education policies and practices in kindergarten to grade 12 and post-secondary education in Canada with the goal of enabling educational change for a more sustainable future. As part of this research, SEPN is conducting site analyses of 6 provinces and territories at both the K-12 and PSE levels to explore […]

Media Release: Canadian Educational Institutions Must Do More to Address Climate Change

Sustainability and Education Policy Network releases new research identifying leaders and laggards on sustainability issues. SASKATOON: December 1, 2014: As international governmental discussions on climate change begin today at COP20 in Peru, only half of all Canadian 220 post-secondary institutions have any policies addressing sustainability issues. Similarly, only half of Canada’s 389 K-12 school divisions […]