Environment Canada debuts children's website
Environment and Climate Change Canada has launched a new website called Climate Kids that encourages young Canadians to act to reduce climate change. The site, located at <https://www.climatekids.ca>, offers information about environmental conservation intended to help children between the ages of eight and 15 discuss the issue with friends and family members. It also offers suggestions for actions children can take in their own lives to reduce their own impact on the environment.
"You're never too young or too old to start taking climate action," said Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change. "Getting our children talking and involving them early will better equip them to become strong leaders, thinkers and problem solvers in the global effort towards a cleaner, more prosperous Canada for generations to come."