Environmental Awareness by Kandace Selnick, via Behance

Plant a tree. Plant a dozen trees. Plant as many trees as you can and let them grow. We need trees to live!

Carnaval de Québec printable vocabulary words. Unit 1 topic for next semester? I think so!!

"Le carnaval de Québec" word strips (printable) February is French cultural week at the school.

Clear-cut Industrial forestry degrading public lands, Willamette National Forest in Oregon  ‘What an irony it is that these living beings whose shade we sit in, whose fruit we eat, whose limbs we climb, whose roots we water, to whom most of us rarely give a second thought, are so poorly understood. We need to come, as soon as possible, to a profound understanding and appreciation for trees and forests and the vital role they play, for they are among our best allies in the uncertain future…

Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures

We are destroying the Earth. Clear-cut Industrial forestry degrading public lands, Willamette National Forest in Oregon Photograph Daniel Dancer.

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The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on French culture.

*The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on Quebecois culture.

This striking diagram will change how you look at the world economy

This striking diagram will change how you look at the world economy

Canada Tops the world in forest degradation. Thanks to climate change, logging and energy development

Canada Tops The World In Forest Degradation Thanks To Climate Change, Logging And Energy Development

"Pellets made from industrial leftovers for local heating (not electricity production or exportation), essential oils, berries, medicinal plants, resins, solvents, culinary products and advanced building materials are only a few examples of the huge potential that a well-managed and future-oriented forestry sector has to offer"

The forest belongs to the workers, not multinationals

"Pellets made from industrial leftovers for local heating (not electricity production or exportation), essential oils, berries, medicinal plants, resins, solvents, culinary products and advanced building materials are only a few examples of the huge potential that a well-managed and future-oriented forestry sector has to offer"

Observation is a key ability for all scientists to possess. It is one of the skills that we should emphasize in our homeschool science plans.

Observation is Key

Observation is an important scientific skill. How do you exercise observation in your homeschool?

The Elders are Watching by Roy Henry Vickers & David Bouchard

When the award-winning poet David Bouchard first saw the artwork of First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers, he was struck by Vickers' reverence for nature, the vibrancy of his colors, and his perceptive understanding of Canada's rugged Wesst Coast.

Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures

And in British Columbia, Canada, entire mountains have been ruined by deforestation.

Sustainability a priority as forestry sector plans way ahead #green #sustainability #rmogreen

Sustainability a priority as forestry sector plans way ahead

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