David Suzuki Foundation – Connecting with Nature
Two common requests the David Suzuki Foundation receive are for David Suzuki to speak to schools and for ideas on what young people can do to help protect nature.
Science hasn’t figured out how to clone 1,000 different David Suzukis to meet all of those speaking requests so the Foundation has crafted this educator’s resource to help children explore their profound connection to nature and experience the power of collective action.
Connecting With Nature: An Educational Guide is written for Grades Four to Six.
“Our children have exchanged the experience of outdoors and nature with the enclosed world of electronics. This is disturbing because a person for whom nature is a stranger will not notice, let alone care about, environmental degradation”.
— David Suzuki
Glen Waverley South Primary
March 8, 2016
We reported to the school regarding how we have achieved our Energy goals and actions in our SEMP with regard to daily operations. This document is displayed on our ‘Sustainability […]
Sirius College, Eastmeadows Campus
February 9, 2016
We all need to keep clean right. Hopefully another fundraiser we’ll benefit from this year!
August 13, 2015
Guides to use rainwater tanks properly and efficiently.
CERES Education – Outreach Team
May 1, 2013
This video was shown at the TED conference in 2011, with scenes from “Wings of Life”, a film about the threat to essential pollinators that produce over a third of […]
The Sage Garden
June 8, 2018
Organisation: The Sage Garden Program: Organic Gardening Incursions This program helps schools to implement sustainable practices and to teach the children to grow. Accessible to schools in the following Melbourne […]