Faith-based communities working side-by-side for a greener, healthier and more resilient world.
Greening Sacred Spaces Halton-Peel assist faith communities in Halton and Peel in creating more sustainable and environmentally-friendly places of worship through education, capacity building and supporting concrete action in community.
Inspiring environmental stewardship through film!
Halton Green Screens shows environmental films in communities in the Halton Region (Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville) followed by a discussion, a guest speaker, or a workshop. Our goal is to raise awareness of environmental issues and inspire people to take individual and collective action for the environment.
Halton Food believes that all residents should have access to adequate, affordable, safe, nutritious and culturally acceptable food.
The mission of Halton Food is to educate residents about sustainable food production and promote access to local, healthy culturally-relevant food through environmentally sustainable community gardening, urban farming and school gardens.
The OakvilleReady was generously funded by the Oakville Community Foundation. The program has established 7 Oakville neighbourhood with support and a safe place in the event of a severe weather emergency event. The project works to build resilient communities through education and connections.
OakvilleReady is a partnership with team members from Town of Oakville, Halton Environmental Network, Faith & the Common Good and local communities, including our pilot OakvilleReady Hub locations.
The Halton Environmental Network has partnered with Value Chain Management International, a global food consultancy group and leader in identifying and analyzing food loss and waste, in a cutting edge study: MAKE EVERY BITE COUNT.
This will help us understand the Carbon "FoodPrint" of our household food waste in Oakville and guide future programmes to reduce our environmental impacts.
Generation Green is designed by youth for youth, with 55 youth stakeholders and 3 youth mentors, our goal is to help students reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in our community and support them in becoming climate leaders in our community.
This conference is an exclusive event and open to all Halton District School Board Students from Grade 7 to Grade 12. Click here for more information on how to get involved.
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