AEP Online Communities

Thank you for your interest in our online communities. Engaging as an online community is an important part of Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) public participation efforts. To find out more about any of our online communities, view the projects below.

Thank you for your interest in our online communities. Engaging as an online community is an important part of Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) public participation efforts. To find out more about any of our online communities, view the projects below.

  • Climate and Environment Student Action Challenge

    11 months ago

    The Climate and Environment Student Action Challenge invites Alberta students from kindergarten to grade 12 to develop a school-based initiative or project that will address climate change or minimize other negative human impacts to the environment. The online learning community allows participating teams to contribute projects updates, share tips, ask questions and inspire. To view the community page, click here.

    The Climate and Environment Student Action Challenge invites Alberta students from kindergarten to grade 12 to develop a school-based initiative or project that will address climate change or minimize other negative human impacts to the environment. The online learning community allows participating teams to contribute projects updates, share tips, ask questions and inspire. To view the community page, click here.

  • Fish in Schools (FinS)

    11 months ago

    The FinS program is a unique opportunity to raise trout in your school’s classroom. Over five months, students and teachers work together to maintain and monitor the development of rainbow trout – from egg to fry – in a classroom aquarium. At the end of the program, schools release their fry into a provincially-approved waterbody. The FinS program shares documents, videos, important dates and program updates. Tov view the student stories click here.

    The FinS program is a unique opportunity to raise trout in your school’s classroom. Over five months, students and teachers work together to maintain and monitor the development of rainbow trout – from egg to fry – in a classroom aquarium. At the end of the program, schools release their fry into a provincially-approved waterbody. The FinS program shares documents, videos, important dates and program updates. Tov view the student stories click here.

  • Outdoor Recreation Channel

    11 months ago

    The Outdoor Recreation Channel is designed to improve collaboration between the province’s planning staff and Albertans who enjoy outdoor recreation. To view the Outdoor Recreation Channel click here.

    The Outdoor Recreation Channel is designed to improve collaboration between the province’s planning staff and Albertans who enjoy outdoor recreation. To view the Outdoor Recreation Channel click here.

  • The Water Channel

    11 months ago

    The Water Channel was created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) to connect water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, collaboration and information sharing. To view the Water Channel, click here.

    The Water Channel was created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) to connect water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, collaboration and information sharing. To view the Water Channel, click here.

  • Youth Climate Action Council

    11 months ago

    Members of the Council will share their ideas and perspectives on issues that matter to their peers, their community and to all Albertans to help government shapes future policies. The Council will be a comprised of up to 12 members representing a diverse group of 18-26 year-old Albertans. The Council will provide a forum for youth to directly interact with Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips. For more information click here.

    If you have a strong connection to climate change, the environment, your community and youth issues for apply today! Applications to become a member of the Alberta Youth Climate Action Council are being accepted until December 15, 2018.

    Members of the Council will share their ideas and perspectives on issues that matter to their peers, their community and to all Albertans to help government shapes future policies. The Council will be a comprised of up to 12 members representing a diverse group of 18-26 year-old Albertans. The Council will provide a forum for youth to directly interact with Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips. For more information click here.

    If you have a strong connection to climate change, the environment, your community and youth issues for apply today! Applications to become a member of the Alberta Youth Climate Action Council are being accepted until December 15, 2018.