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Oil Sands Education Dialogue
The Oil Sands Education Dialogue helps students understand the ramifications of the volatile price of oil on the Canadian economy, politics and their lives while encouraging them to voice their informed opinion for collaborative solutions between all the stakeholders. Students will learn about oil production processes, how oil prices are set, and they will examine the environmental, social and economic impacts of the oil sands project through a simulated hearing.
Lending A Hand Challenge
Are you interested in introducing your students to the world of micro lending, cooperative banking and social finance? We want to hear from you!
Starting this September, GreenLearning is looking for a minimum of 15 high school classes across Alberta to participate in an innovative project called “Lending A Hand Challenge – Introducing Youth to Micro Lending.” In this project, high schoolers will learn how they can tie personal financial success to priorities like personal happiness, a more equitable society and a sustainable future.
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RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT BC
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FORT CHIPEWYAN, ALBERTA
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