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K to 12 students are leading the way to EcoSchool Certification.
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April 19, 2017
Alternatives Journal
Platinum EcoSchool St Marguerite Bourgeoys in Kingston, Ontario, has an active EcoTeam. It’s where Queen’s University student Sarah Flisikowski began developing her environmental leadership skills. Credit: Ontario Ecoschools

In the heart of Toronto, the Ontario EcoSchool’s staff of 10 is busy working behind the scenes to shift the K-12 education sector towards a sustainable future. Executive Director, Elanor Waslander is working long hours these days.


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