Building Complete Communities
This is an online event
95 Robert St, Toronto, ON M5S 2K5, Canada
Join us as we discuss sustainable development and environmental protection, and how to bring these ideas into the classroom. To accommodate a growing population while protecting the environment, it is important that cities and towns are built in a sustainable way. In this webinar we will talk about how building complete communities and using greenbelts (areas of protected greenspace) can be effective methods to protect the environment and how your students can learn about these initiatives. We will chat about how sustainable development, environmental protection, and reducing climate change can be integrated into classrooms to help students become more aware of sustainable growth. We will provide many classroom ideas and free educational resources. Join us to hear more about how your students can learn to build complete communities for the future!
Kathleen Watt is an education consultant with EcoSpark in Toronto, Ontario. EcoSpark is an environmental non-profit whose mission is educating teachers and students to become stewards for the environment. Kathleen has completed her Bachelor of Education and Master’s in Geography, and is passionate about environmental protection and land use policy.