Green Learning Canada Foundation

Re-Energy is a hands-on, experiential learning program that engages youth in a process of discovery about energy sources – and the advantages and disadvantages of renewables vs non-renewables – and then inspires creativity and problem solving through the building of a working renewable energy technology model: solar ovens, wind turbines, and biogas and hydro generators. Re-Energy enables kids to understand complicated environmental issues – such as climate change – from the entry point of a positive, constructive (literally!) activity firmly rooted in STEM – which is key to inspiring youth to participate as key actors toward achieving a sustainable future.

Learn more by visiting: re-energy.ca