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 will soon be open for our next cohort of schools in the fall of 2023. Limited spaces.

For K-12 Leaders – Leading Beyond Green: Summer Retreat in Maine

Join us at The Ecology School at River Bend Farm in Saco, Maine for a unique 4-day experience June 20th – 23rd on their beautiful campus, which includes a new dining hall and new dormitory built to the aspirational standard of the Living Building Challenge

Moving beyond sustainability, we will be exploring the question: How can every school become a model of innovation and inspiration for what our future needs?

Why Hope Matters in an Age of Doom & Gloom: Elin Kelsey

Elin Kelsey, PhD and author of Hope Matters: Why Changing the Way We Think is Critical to Solving the Environmental Crisis, shares her wisdom and inspiration on the importance of evidence-based hope as we take climate action.

Accelerating climate action

in schools

Check out our growing bank of resources to help schools accelerate their whole-school climate action.

Leading practices

in ecological regeneration

We have embarked on the multi-year restoration of a 15-acre site on the St. Lawrence River with leading scientific and environmental experts.

Land Acknowledgement

With respect and awe, we acknowledge the vast, beautiful St. Lawrence River that is the home and source of life for so many living beings. She connects us to the world, transforms herself into rain and snow, and brings life.

We also acknowledge the Indigenous Keepers of this River and the Land we call home, the source of life for us. For many thousands of years these Keepers lived in balance with the Earth’s ecosystems, developed deep insight and wisdom about the relationships in the natural world, so that Mother Earth was grateful to have human beings living here.

As settlers, we have so much to unlearn, and so much listening and new learning to do.

We are grateful to be living and working on the traditional territory of the Anishnabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), Oneida and Haudenosaunee (St Lawrence Iroquois) peoples.