Earth Day Canada Workshops
What Are The Earth Day Canada Workshops About?
Earth Day Canada is offering new introductory workshops on environmental action through three different themes. Thanks to these themes you’ll discover many valuable tips and tricks and gain access to additional resources so that you can become more environmentally friendly on a daily basis.
Each workshop is collaborative and includes quizzes and brainstorming sessions to better understand the different ways you can take action at both the individual and collective levels.
Duration: 1 hour with an optional extra 30 minutes to discuss levers of action
Virtual or in-person workshop
Rate: Prices start at $500 (tax free) + travel fees
NEW! Our workshops are now available in person near Toronto (ON) and Kingston (ON).
At lunch hour, during the day, or in the evening, discover our turnkey solutions. Fill out the form (linked to below) to organize a workshop for your beneficiaries (employees, members, citizens, etc.). Our team will contact you and answer all your questions to better target your needs.
I’m adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle
The current environmental issues and limitations of our planet sometimes lead us to believe that there’s nothing we can do on an individual level. But that’s not true! This workshop provides concrete, affordable solutions to help people reduce their environmental impact on a daily basis. Doing your part for the planet can start with reducing at the source by fighting food waste, reducing your personal waste, extending the useful life of your belongings and putting other cost-effective, eco-friendly
tricks into use.
Workshop available in English and in French.
I’m eating sustainably
From the farm to our tables, the way we eat has a major impact on our health and the planet. People are often unaware of the consequences of the way they eat or don’t know where to start to make an effort. But don’t worry! This conference provides an introduction to sustainable eating and offers concrete solutions to help everyone make more informed choices. After all, eating means voting with your dollars! Doing your part for the planet can start with becoming well informed and equipped with the right tools so you can make good food choices and fight food waste.
Workshop available in English and in French.
I’m reducing food waste
It’s time to move away from the limp vegetables and forgotten leftovers at the bottom of your fridge, they’re a thing from the past!
From your grocery list to your storing and cooking habits, discover all the easy tricks you can use to waste as little as possible. This participatory workshop gives everyone the opportunity to share their positive successes, while offering the keys to understanding how to reduce food waste, one step at a time.
Workshop available in English outside of the province of Quebec.
"Great presenter, I really appreciated that the conference did not have a moralizing tone. I also appreciated the answers to the questions and comments from the audience. The answers were concise and honest."
Caroline, April 22, 2021 Kick-off Conference
"This was very well organized and presented with interesting facts and simple slides that did not bombard us with info. I really appreciate how much was covering in 1 hour."
"A workshop where many things were already known, but recalling them in this way, almost playful, really seduced me. Also, the interactive mode of the presentation and the enthusiastic side of the speaker kept my attention."
"Super interesting! Really great energy! It's not easy to fit all the content into 1 hour and stay dynamic, as you were! Congratulations!"
Bruno, citizen of Longueuil
"The speaker was very good - I was hooked throughout the entire presentation."
Marie-Alexia, Ivanhoé Cambridge
"I thought I knew a lot, but I learned even more from today's conference. I am even motivated to learn more and to put other good habits into practice."
Patricia, CPE La Marmicelle
"A much-appreciated workshop, easy to understand and dynamic with quizzes and guessing games. The facilitator was dynamic and made the content easy to digest."
Stéphanie, citizen of Trois-Rivières
"Excellent content and delivery, exceptional speaker (passionate, dynamic, good communicator, engaging, inspiring!)"
Citizen of Mont St-Hilaire
Joyful and positive, Camille is convinced that intentional daily actions make a difference! Her passion for theatre has led her to lead and organize several events. She loves to cook and to try new dishes with her leftovers. A friendly person, she is fond of board games. For her, all nature trips are an opportunity to marvel at wildflowers and mushrooms.
Kristen is a passionate environmentalist focused on the power of reconnecting with nature through simple daily action. Working with non-profit organizations in Central and South America, she witnessed first-hand the effect of the climate crisis on developing communities, and how disconnected so many have become from the natural world. Kristen believes that there is no one way to be sustainable, and that everyone deserves to be a part of the movement toward a more equitable planet.
Cécile is an environmental engagement advocate from France and China currently based in Montréal. After studying Biology at McGill University, she studied Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management in Hungary, Greece, the UK and Sweden. For the past six years, she has advised various environmental non-profits on their community engagement strategies. Outside of work, Cécile enjoys traveling to explore different food scenes and being outdoors.
A nature lover, Stéphanie combines her interests in the environment and food with the goal of making people aware of the importance of their food choices. Her professional training in environment and her experience in environmental education make her a very knowledgeable speaker who transmits her passion with enthusiasm and positivism.
Tess is passionate about local climate action and environmental education. She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Environmental Studies at Queen’s University researching City-Level Green New Deals. In her free time, you will find Tess sipping coffee, playing ultimate frisbee, and walking her foster dogs!