Innovation and Leadership Committee
This committee gathers information surrounding existing innovative ESD projects and programs in order to build models of “Canadian Best Practices.” The goal is to have a better understanding of the innovative or leadership projects/programs already in existence. The “best practices” will be used to support other projects and programs to improve their education for sustainable development initiatives within the council and across the country.
- Collect and share innovative ESD examples, practices, leadership and resources
- Model sustainable practices in ESD Canada activities
- Identify and influence key decision-makers
- Ensure/create equitable membership/representation
The assessment rubric was developed by the innovation committee to provide a method of evaluation of ESD projects and programs. The tool is divided into three sections: general characteristics, innovative qualities and leadership capabilities.
The assessment summary provides details of various ESD projects and their innovative qualities. Information on the development and implementation process of each project is also included in the document.
The table displays a breakdown of the representation of the membership of ESD Canada. The participants represent a balanced selection of individuals.
The sustainability policies of ESD Canada demonstrate responsible decision-making in the areas of food, goods and services, energy conservation and air emissions, and fair trade.
Kathy Worobec (Chair)