IEL is a dynamic network cutting across many sectors. Here are a few of our members:
Camosun blog – Pacific Spirit Park
Coquitlam School District (SD43)
Dear Mr. Harper Blog
Dear Mr. Harper, we’d like to introduce you to the Great Bear rainforest… Sara Stoner’s blog shares her stories of her everyday life and adventures in the Great Bear rainforests. Each post is written as a letter to the Prime Minister. She also emails these letters to Mr. Harper and relevant ministers, and submitted them as a letter of comment to the Enbridge Joint Review Panel.
The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM)
EECOM is Canada’s charitable network for environmental learning that works strategically and collaboratively to advance environmental learning. The 20th EECOM conference – Invitation to Innovation: Environmental learning and connections among nature(s), culture(s), and well-being(s) – will be held in Victoria, BC. For more information, please visit www.eecom.org.
Environmental Educators Provincial Specialists’ Association (EEPSA)
EEPSA is the provincial specialist association of the BC Teacher’s Federation, and is committed to promoting networking, curriculum support, and leadership in environmental education.
Comprising of 22 municipalities, one electoral area, and one treaty Frist Nation, Metro Vancouver is the political and corporate entity that delivers regional services and policy leadership. Sustainability is the central tenet of all plans, as Metro Vancouver is committed to achieving the highest quality of life with cultural vitality, economic prosperity, social justice, and a healthy environment.
North Vancouver School District
Environmental Learning Centre
Located on 420 acres of ecological reserve in the Cheakamus River Valley near Squamish, BC, the North Vancouver Outdoor School is a valuable part of the North Vancouver School District. In the spring of 2007, the North Shore Credit Union Foundation announced it had chosen North Vancouver Outdoor School to be the recipient of its Legacy Fund to develop the Environmental Centre, a new LEED platinum building. With the new building, there are many new programs available now.
Powel River School District (SD47) Outdoor and Ecological Learning
Richmond School District (SD38)
Royal Roads University
Simon Fraser University
Social Art of Architecture: Youth Manual
University of British Columbia
The Vancouver Aquarium is a self-supporting, non-profit association dedicated to conserving aquatic life through display and interpretation, education, research, and direct action. Located in beautiful Stanley Park, more than 35 million people have visited the Aquarium since its opening in 1956.