CPCHE’s Erica Phipps and Helen Doyle are among the invited speakers at a national workshop organized by Équiterre and Green Communities Canada on the benefits of electric school buses and making an effective case for transitioning to electric. Registration details below. CESBA Workshop: Making an effective case for school bus electrification Wednesday, October 19 2:00 […]
CPCHE’s Coordinating Committee Chair, Helen Doyle, presented CPCHE’s new interactive Healthy and Sustainable Child Care Checklist and Resource Hub at the September 12th Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors conference in Ajax, Ontario.
Healthy Environments for Learning Day campaign promoting healthy and sustainable child care featured in Green Teacher magazine
Feature article in Green Teacher on Healthy Environments for Learning Day campaign 2022. Download PDF: Healthy Places, Sustainable Spaces
Join the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) and special guest Raffi as we explore what it will take to create learning environments that truly foster children’s health and well-being, now and into the future.
November 2019 The impacts of climate change are apparent and will continue to worsen without strong action. Children’s health and well-being are increasingly at risk from the adverse affects of climate change, including heat stress, trauma from extreme weather events, increased risk of vector-borne diseases, and growing levels of eco-anxiety. CPCHE’s position statement on climate […]