After 11 successful years, the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge has come to an end. We would like to thank the thousands of teachers and students who helped make this program a success over the years. We encourage you to become a member of Can Geo Education to stay up to date on exciting new programs and contests.
The latest energy-saving tips, student work and program announcements
Home Energy Challenge: What’s old is new again
We are inviting all Canadians to take on this Home Energy Challenge to get you thinking about reusing, repurposing, and repairing! Did you know that Canadians produce more garbage per capita than any other developed nation? Could any of these items that ended up in the trash have been fixed, repurposed, or transformed into something…
We’re excited to kick off the 11th year of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge with updated challenges, a new video challenge structure, a home energy challenge families can enjoy together, and bigger prizes than ever before! Check out below what is new this year.
With hundreds of classrooms across Canada participating in the 11th year of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge, many teachers often ask us, “Where do I begin?” Here are some ideas to help you kick off the CEDC this year with your students.
The COVID-19 global pandemic didn’t stop 555 classrooms from stretching their creative muscles and bringing energy awareness to new levels across their schools and communities. It is because of these hardworking classrooms that the 10th year of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge ended on a successful note. Here is a look back on some highlights.
We are inviting all Canadians to take on this Citizen Challenge to get you thinking about reusing, repurposing and repairing! Did you know that Canadians produce more garbage per capita than any other developed nation? Could any of these items that ended up in the trash have been fixed, repurposed or transformed into something entirely…
Now that spring has arrived and with Earth Day approaching, Can Geo Education wants to share an exciting resource and upcoming event called BackyardBio, which invites anyone interested in getting outside to explore nature.
The following blog was written by the CEDC classroom Virtual 5C Uganda/Canada Energy Diet Students, who wanted to share their experience on how they brought the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge to a new level and made international connections using the program.