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Tuesday September 16, 2014
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R4R Resources for Ozone Day:  

September 16, 2014 

The United Nations International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer is celebrated each year around the world on September 16. The theme for this year's event is "Ozone Layer Protection: The Mission Goes On" and it marks the 27th anniversary of Canada's signing of the Montreal Protocol- an international treaty designed to protect the ozone layer and eliminate the use of ozone depleting substances. This landmark treaty has been hailed as a prime example of successful global cooperation to protect our environment.

On this special day, primary and secondary school educators throughout the world are encouraged to organize classroom activities that focus on topics related to the ozone layer, climate change and ozone depletion.

Resources 4 Rethinking ( encourages students and teachers to participate in International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. Check out the curriculum-linked Ozone Day activities that will connect you to some excellent resources to support these efforts.

Some of the Top R4R Picks for Ozone Day are:


Middle, Secondary 



Learning for a Sustainable Future

Friday September 26, 2014
Start: 8:30 am

Please see that attached media release for this exciting event at St. Josaphat School in Regina.

Wednesday October 15, 2014
Start: 12:00 am
End: 12:30 am

Dear RCE Saskatchewan Coordinators, Partners, and Supporters:

Our next RCE Facilitation Group (RFG) meeting will be on Wednesday, October 15, from 3:00 to 4:30pm. The meeting will take place in room 207 at Luther College at the University of Regina. For those of you who would like to participate via Skype, please let us know with your appropriate contact information. Please cc. David Verity as well so he is aware that you will be connecting with us in this way (

Please see that attached agenda that includes submissions that were made along with further meeting attachments. Coffee and tea and cookies will be available at the meeting thanks to the Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association. The meeting will be followed at 4:30 with a presentation by Dr. Peta White entitled: “Walking my talk as an intentional, co-constructed, environmental educator”

We are very much looking forward to your participation in this important meeting.

Best wishes,

Roger Petry and Lyle Benko, Co-coordinators
RCE Saskatchewan

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