Life In Canada
As a cold northern
country, Canada will be
one of the most greatly affected countries in the world. Temperatures are rising, particularly in the Arctic, where permafrost is thawing and the ocean's ice cover is shrinking. Even greater changes are expected in the future.

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Ongoing Activities
Interested in ways to help conserve our environment? Check out our ongoing activities to see how you can get involved.

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Presentations

Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to offer free climate change presentations to schools throughout Newfoundland and Labrador for the 2013-2014 school year! We offer presentations tailored to Primary/Elementary and Junior High/High School Students.

The Primary/Elementary presentation entitled "Who's In Charge of Climate Change?" is based around Conservation Corps' storybook of the same title. The presenation begins with a reading of the story, followed by a short PowerPoint presentation that helps explain the background and impacts of climate change in an age-appropriate manner. It wraps up with a discussion of solutions and students are invited to share their own stories and green ideas. All participating students (and teachers) receive a copy of the book to keep. To preview the storybook, please click here.

The Junior High/High School presentation is entitled "Taking Charge of Climate Change" and focuses on the science of climate change, discusses potential impacts, and ends with a discussion of solutions. The presenation is continually updated to include relevant facts and pictures, and makes connections with local places and events.

For more information or to request a presentation, please contact Megan Stuckless at mstuckless@ccnl.ca or (709) 729-7279.