LIVING PLANET @ CAMPUS
SUSTAINABILITY ON CAMPUS.
LIVE IT. LEAD IT.
Living Planet @ Campus is engaging thousands of post-secondary students in activities that address the dual crises of biodiversity loss and climate change. Protecting and restoring nature, advancing the practice of sustainability on a personal and academic level, and expanding their network of impact on campus and beyond are just some of the ways that students are leading the transition to a sustainable future.
LIVING PLANET LEADER CERTIFICATION
Create impact for nature while building your experience and resume with WWF-Canada’s Living Planet Leader certification. Graduate with the knowledge, skills and experience to lead the transition to a sustainable world where nature thrives.
How to become a leader
Sign up to living planet leader
Make it your own
Record your impacts
Complete the requirements
Add to your resume and linkedin
ACTIONS FOR NATURE
ACTIONS: Your Idea Here
Do you have an idea to make campus life more sustainable, connect to nature or help make your community more resilient to climate change? Tell us your idea for the chance to work directly with WWF-Canada to showcase your initiative on Living Planet @ Campus.
ACTIONS: Living Planet Leader
Living Planet @ Campus gives you the tools to stand out. Earn the WWF Living Planet Leader certification by bringing sustainability forward in your daily life on campus and in your local community. Feature Living Planet Leader on your resume and LinkedIn, demonstrating that you have the skills and experience to organize and contribute to positive change where you live, learn and where you will work.
ACTIONS: In the zone
Create a space on campus or at home where nature can thrive. When enhanced with the right native plants, spaces big and small can become habitats and healthy corridors for native birds, bees, butterflies and other wildlife. Native plants also provide us with a range of benefits, from wellbeing to food! Get started with a garden plot on campus or by creating a container garden at home.
ACTIONS: Go Wild School Grants
Do you have an idea to help nature thrive on your campus? Can you suggest ways your faculty, campus club or student residence can help protect and restore habitats and ecosystems in your campus community? Applications are open until November 14, 2022.