Join the Climate Action Accelerator Program

A 3 year collaborative program with workshops, mentoring, resources and networking with peer schools, designed to support the creation and implementation of bold, high-impact, whole-school climate action plans. School teams include at minimum: senior admin, faculty, facilities and 2 student leaders.

Enrollment is now open for September 2024 registration!

New Published Article on the CAAP

A book of global perspectives on Whole School Sustainability includes a chapter co-authored by our Executive Director, Michèle Andrews, Researcher and Assistant Professor Dr. Ellen Field, and teachers and administrators from 3 of our pilot CAAP schools. Find the chapter and book free at this link!

Climate + Nature Leadership Pledge

Announcing our Climate + Nature Leadership Pledge. Join schools in Canada and beyond who are making this bold, public commitment to leading their communities and their sector.

Check out our free resources and favourite sources of inspiration!

Summer is a great time to reflect, recharge, and consider your opportunities for learning and contribution in the year ahead. Check out some of our favourite sources here.

Welcome to

Our mission is to provide practical inspiration for the transition to a just, beautiful and regenerated world.

We believe that everyone can contribute to building a healthy, thriving community for all people and all the rest of nature. When we work together across generations, in community, we can achieve amazing results.

We work with schools and communities across Canada and beyond to catalyze and facilitate new hope-filled climate and nature action. 

We invite you to learn more about our feature program, the Climate Action Accelerator Program, browse through the resources we have developed for schools, some of favourite sources of inspiration, or learn more about the other projects we have underway.

We always love to hear from new people interested in collaborating, supporting or joining our Community of Practice. Please reach out and join our mailing list!

Rocky shoreline with water rising between the rocks.

Land Acknowledgement

With utmost respect and awe, we acknowledge the vast and breathtaking expanse of Turtle Island, where the interconnected lands and waters have sustained abundant life for countless generations. We also acknowledge and honour the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island who, for thousands of years, lived in harmonious balance with the Earth’s ecosystems, fostering profound insights and wisdom about the intricate relationships within the natural world.

We are committed to learning more about the painful history and intergenerational trauma brought by our settler ancestors, and the past and current systems of oppression and marginalization that extend the injustices. In this learning process we commit to unlearning, listening, and forging new relationships of reciprocity for healing and justice, on our path to a just, beautiful and regenerated world for all. Through these connections, we aim to contribute to the healing regeneration that is urgently needed for all.