- Toronto Wind Turbine: Virtual Tour for Kids ( Teacher’s Resource)
The SEEDS Foundation sponsors the Green Schools program and oﬀers an Interactive Energy Literacy series. Available at seedsfoundation.ca.
Greenlearning.ca is a project of the Pembina Institute developed to bring accurate and engaging educational materials to students, teachers, and parents.
Re-energy.ca is a renewable energy and sustainable transportation education website that provides teachers with downloadable teaching materials. Students can build small-scale models of wind turbines, solar cars, and more.
The Sierra Club of Canada oﬀers free environ- mental education material. Its 70-minute work- shops use games to teach the students about issues from climate change to waste reduction. Available without charge at ontario.sierraclub. ca/ottawa/education.php.
The Canadian Wildlife Federation oﬀers Project Wild at wildeducation.org
The Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario publishes Pathways Journal at coeo.org
Environmental Education Ontario oﬀers Greening the Way Ontario Learns: A Public St rategic Plan for the Advancement of E nvironmental Literacy at eeon.org.
The Ontario Society for Environmental Education at osee.org