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Welcome to the website for the Saskatchewan Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE Sask) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). This site is a portal for community members to interact, participate, and collaborate on topics on education for sustainable development.

Please feel free to navigate the site using the links on the left-hand side. If you are interested in joining our community, please sign up for an account (on the left-hand side). If you have any questions, please see our FAQ section (in the navigation on the left, currently under construction) or if you would like to contact the RCE Sask coordinators or group administrators, please refer to the "Contact Info" link located on the upper right-hand side of this page.

Recent News

  • Members of the RCE Sask are preparing for the upcoming RCE Americas conference that will take place at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan in May 2008. Please click on the following link to visit the conference website: RCE Sask Conference 2008

7 pm, Bushwakkers, 10 Years Celebration

2018-05-02 00:00

The Calling Lakes Ecomuseum, a proud flagship project of RCE Saskatchewan, is organizing a celebration.  We hope you will join us.  

Celebrate Saskatchewan: 10 years of global leadership in sustainable development

Please join us:

Wednesday May 2, 2018 

Bushwakker's Brewing Company - 2206 Dewdney Ave, Regina  

7 - 9 pm, brief presentations (20 min) followed by a celebration!

Community leaders across Saskatchewan are working every day to protect natural resources and build a strong, sustainable social and economic future. RCE Saskatchewan is a voluntary network of local sustainable development leaders, educators, researchers and UN agencies united under the UN Global Goals. Since 2013, six Saskatchewan sustainability initiatives have earned global recognition from the United Nations University.  Hear about and celebrate the 10 years of groundbreaking collaboration that is forging new paths for a sustainable future in Saskatchewan.

Meet local sustainability leaders and Dr. Charles (Chuck) Hopkins, UNESCO Chair at York University, who will explain the leadership Saskatchewan and the global RCE network are providing in global education for sustainable development.

We hope to see you there!

Aura Lee MacPherson  Chair for the Calling Lakes Ecomuseum  

RCE Kano (Nigeria) ESD/SDGs Secondary Schools Quiz Competition

Greetings from RCE Kano, Nigeria. I hope this message finds  all of you well. As promised, i forward herewith the links to RCE Kano's 2017 ESD /SDGs Secondary schools' quiz competition. I am extremely glad to tell you that the quiz competition has awakened every segment of the region from slumber and has created momentum towards ESD. We were receiving an average of 1008 (one thousand and eight) messages weekly, when it was being aired for 12 weeks in a row with requests for more information, how to join the RCE or get more information on ESD, clarifications, suggestions and calls for continuity and wider coverage. It was indeed one of the most successful public sensitization and reorientation measures on ESD. As a result of the huge success recorded (and still counting), we feel we have to share it with all of you. We plan to make it a national program and we are working towards that right now.
Most sincerely,
Ali Bukar Ahmad

FIND BELOW THE VIDEO LINKS OF  "RCE KANO ESD/SDG SECONDARY SCHOOLS QUIZ COMPETITION 2017 EDITION" BY EPISODES

Episode 1a link:  https://youtu.be/CjTotk8K0bQ

Episode 1b link:  https://youtu.be/hzex-68ZDnc

Episode 2a link:  https://youtu.be/Fhf-ZOCLb-8

Episode 2b link:  https://youtu.be/oA2Y2--11CY

Episode 3a link:  https://youtu.be/Fhf-ZOCLb-8

Episode 3b link:  https://youtu.be/7C9KTgxZMCM

Episode 4a link:  https://youtu.be/us-GMpg_2EI

Episode 4b link:  https://youtu.be/ezO_99KOxGY

Recognition Event planning meeting

2018-01-15 15:15

10th Annual Sustainability Awards, Stockholm, SK

2018-05-02 00:45

Every year, RCE Saskatchewan brings its recognition event to a community in Saskatchewan leading the way in education for sustainable development.  This year's community host is Macdonald School, a K-9 school with 97 students, 5 teachers and remarkable initiative. They have implemented several school based projects including an outdoor classroom with a brick amphitheatre, storage barn, nature trails, and teepees. They have added a greenhouse & flower gardens and a community Mental Health Gazebo. For more information on this community’s ingenuity watch this Youtube video.

Visit www.rceskrecognitionevent.com for event details.  We hope to see you there!

 

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